Right away it’s clear that this trio have an excellent production hand guiding them—everything sounds great. Whether it’s “Aubrey” (about a fake girl obsessed with trends and consumed by materialism), “Catastrophic,” or “Revolvers,” the band presents a full, rich attack that radio loves, and delivers a lead vocalist who at times puts forth just the right amount of “boy band fever” to draw the ladies close. After a few minutes, however, it becomes clear that, as radio-friendly as ARMORS are, their material at this time falls a bit short. As good as this band is (and “Aubrey” shows real potential) they would be wise to woodshed some more to build up a better arsenal of songs—singles candidates—that they can present to the world.
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