Sound — 9
This CD is the most diverse compared to the previous. 01. Like Suicide - nothing screams Seether more than this song. There couldn't be a better opening song for this album. Not to mention one of the best riffs in history. 02. Fake It - Seether really went out on a limb on this one. The most different song on the album. This song is really fun to listen to though. 03. Breakdown - this song is deep. With a small mini solo after the chorus seems as though the band gives a shit, you know? 04. FMLYHM - oh yes, the verse's guitar sounds so awesome, and they know it does. And the drums are very attracting. 05. Fallen - my least favorite song on this album, I do like that it gives you the feeling of 'Gasoline', but they seem to try to force the riff upon you, don't get me wrong, I like it, but this one has the least variety. 06. Rise Above This - about 'June Ra' before his tragic death. But once you hear this song's drum opening, then the guitar kicks in, you feel a lot calmer/safer. 07. No Jesus Christ - the begining sounds like a deep poetry, but after he screams "You're no Jesus Christ", you will headbang, or you will want to. 08. Six Gun Quota - I don't like the distortion for this song. But this song is my 2nd favorite. 09. Walk Away From The Sun - the best solo ever. Best combination of hardcore electric guitar and acoustic. 10. Eyes Of The Devil - this song was more of a lyrics song. It wasn't the best song on the CD. 11. Don't Believe - this song was more focused on the music. A song you can listen to no matte what your emotion is. Gives off the essence of 'Diseased'. 12. Waste - very pretty song. With extra guitar performed with Space, it's one of the most jaw dropping songs on the CD. Not mention the best bass. Next to perfect combination of just what Seether needed.
Lyrics — 10
Shaun has matured so much as a vocalist. Nothing like Kurt Cobain. With suggestive lyrics as in FMLYHM, to the deep words noted in Breakdown and Waste. Although his best performance was in Walk Away From The Sun. When he says "You Fading With Everyday", you think you are standing in the middle of a field staring up into the eye of a storm. Fake It and Six Gun Quota are perfect example of how he really feels. Fake It about the fake people in America, and Six Gun Quota believed to be symbolicly talking about his alcohol intake (maybe). The lyrics definately the height of the album.
Overall Impression — 10
Overall it's a 10/10. Finding Beauty takes a jump into a deep end with experiments that have just gone right. They have grabbed and seized experience and talent from the 8 years they have been out and they put on this disc. Beats Karma & Effect's hardness and Disclaimer's vocals. It's a must have for anyone. Period.