Pure Noise Records

Four Year Strong “Enemy of the World”

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Four Year Strong's "Enemy of the World" is an album that packs a punch from beginning to end. From the moment the opening track "It Must Really Suck to Be Four Year Strong Right Now" blasts through the speakers, it's clear that this album is going to be a non-stop ride of energetic pop-punk and hardcore influences.

The band's songwriting is top-notch, with each track featuring memorable hooks, catchy choruses, and lyrics that are both relatable and thought-provoking. Tracks like "Wasting Time (Eternal Summer)" and "Find My Way Back" showcase the band's ability to blend pop sensibilities with heavy guitar riffs and breakdowns, while tracks like "What the Hell is a Gigawatt?" and "Only the Meek Get Pinched, the Bold Survive" feature frantic punk rock tempos and hardcore-inspired vocals.

One of the standout tracks on the album is "Enemy of the World," a blistering anthem that tackles themes of self-doubt, anxiety, and societal pressure. The track's explosive energy and soaring chorus make it an instant classic, and it's a perfect example of Four Year Strong's ability to create songs that are both musically and emotionally impactful.

Overall, "Enemy of the World" is an album that delivers on all fronts - it's fast, catchy, and lyrically compelling. It's a testament to Four Year Strong's ability to push the boundaries of the pop-punk genre while still staying true to their roots. If you're a fan of high-energy music that's both fun and introspective, this album is a must-listen.