Sometimes I find myself wishing for a more expressive voice on Chibi though, as she often sounds pretty bland, devoid of emotion. There are glimpses of feelings of course, as in the title track for example.
The album is pretty solid, but as always there are some tracks that just pass you by. Some songs are really strong though, and lift the album a notch above many others of this ilk. There are several very hummable melodies to be found, and they keep bouncing around in my head at work.
To be fair though, there’s not much progression from the previous album "Violet", but The Birthday Massacre seem to have figured out what they do best, and focused on that.