On the other side of the coin, I have to admit that the band still has so much room to improve, which is a great thing. One of the things that caught my attention in their Spotify bio that they worked with more than a few world class producers and engineers for their project. In this case, I have to admit that I found the acting in their music video to be poor, even though the video apparently has rich production, handled by professionals. I am personally against band members to act in music videos unless they are professionals, and you can easily feel that at the second half of the video where band members face the woman.
Secondly, I enjoyed everything that is connected with progressive metal in White Walls, but can’t say the same for their commercial side. They have the vision, distinctive vocals, fresh influences, and world-class production standards. So it is up to them which direction they’ll choose to continue, mainstream or more prog.
Lastly, although I really liked some of the album artworks of White Walls, I wished the band was more consistent with one of these styles, so it can properly become a part of their brand. I am afraid I couldn’t make a connection between music, visuals, and subjects that much, especially with the artwork of this track.