While Stavesacre is obviously a talented hard rock band, they got ripped off here. The production on Stavz'a'ker is terrible and whoever directed the production of this release did an awful job. Nitro Records really did Stavesacre a disservice here.
I think that a couple of songs were already pre-released on either an EP or their best-of - "Witch Trial" and "Sad Parade."
This is a great band with vocal integrity and creative musicianship but here their focus isn't coherent. This record also has a darkner feel than others. The album highlight, however, is "Why Good People Suffer." This band examines depravity with a sincerity that doesn't have all of the answers.JFH Reader Review: Review date: 1/28/10, written by Derek Lehman for Jesusfreakhideout.com
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