|1||Cure For Apathy||Lyrics/Info||2:21|
|2||Start The Reactor||Lyrics/Info||2:42|
|4||Happy New Year||Lyrics/Info||3:15|
|7||The Last American Virgin||Lyrics/Info||3:06|
|10||Product Of The 80's||Lyrics/Info||2:41|
|13||Not As Bad||Lyrics/Info||18:53|
Back in full force, Set Your Goals will keep the momentum going with the follow-up to their infectious and dynamic album, This Will Be The Death of Us. Duel vocalists Matt Wilson and Jordan Brown's flawless delivery on the opening track "Cure For Apathy" captures the SYG sound and energy we know so well as they trade off singing duties. "Certain," a soon to be fan favorite, highlights Joe Saucedo's solid bass lines with passionate lyrics and engaging guitar solos.
Keeping it real for die hard fans, Burning At Both Ends has a definitive Set Your Goals sound with their energetic, head-bobbing riffs and gang vocals while staying completely fresh with sing-along choruses and lyrics everyone can relate to. The album delivers with the fast and hard-hitting track, "Trenches" that showcases Dan Coddaire and Audelio Flores' catchy melodies and guitar riffs. "Exit Summer," brings back 90's hardcore with a melodic twist, an irresistible combination. SYG finishes the album with "Not As Bad" where Mike Ambrose demonstrates his tightknit drumming with crazy fills on top of pleasant harmonies - a great way to close out the album.
Set Your Goals have always followed their own musical path and that fact has never been as evident as it is on the band's third …