A+ heavy album with a hint of electro/pop, and punk at every corner.
If you were to smash together Sum 41 and The Ghost Inside, the result would be Tear Out The Heart's Violence. The album is one of the best post-core efforts I've heard all year, and goes easily in and out from the slightly terrifying sound of unclean vocalist Tyler Konsersman to the punk bite of clean vocalist Isaac Etter. While it seems like the album might jump genres a little too often, it works for them. It's easy listening, every song is diverse enough to prevent boredom half way through (something I certainly have a problem with on most albums) and who couldn't fall in love with the guitarist after hearing what he's done here? All in all, it's an A+ heavy album with a hint of electro/pop, and punk at every corner. Go pick up a copy, and find a mosh pit.