Album Title: 
The Human Concern
Release Date: 
Monday, September 2, 2013
Review Type: 

The Tool meets Baroness meets Converge meets Gojira meets Every Time I Die- songwriting is strong and very aggressive and the band focuses entirely on just making down to earth music. Also, depending on your taste, the vocal tone can grow a bit tiresome after a while.

Despite its faults French Dwail show a lot of promise and the most important thing is that the band put enough of effort into their music to make it sound fairly interesting, even fresh at times, which is a lot more than can be usually said. A groundbreaking or even particularly memorable release The Human Concern is not, but it surely deserves a closer look.