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Track Review: Broadening the Daylight – “Integrity”

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In anticipation for an upcoming interview and EP release is a track review of Broadening the Daylight’s “Integrity” from Theseus EP. Broadening the Daylight is a Philadelphia/Collegeville melodic metalcore 5-piece. Listen to this track below, and head to their Facebook for updates!

Bringing you heartfelt lyrics, an expanded vocal range, solid drumming, and catchy hooks, “Integrity” is a peek at how Broadening the Daylight has improved instrumentation, song writing, and that they have grown from strictly metalcore-dominant roots. There are a couple of great things that stick out: the drumming is energetic (and well recorded), the song structure is simple, but not primitive, and the vocals have improved since their “Kelly Abrams” single. The harsh vocals seem to carry more clarity and an improved higher range. There are now clean vocals integrated within the music to accentuate the lyrics that carry more meaning and give the chorus extra melody.

“Integrity” isn’t long, but it has a lot of energy put into it and it serves well as the first single from Theseus EP, to be released on the 13th of November. This is only a peep of what is to come from Broadening the Daylight.

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