15 Reasons showcases an eclectic collection of songs about rabbit holes, broken mirrors and the damage done... “The broken shards of glass fall down onto my feet, A million eyes stare back to me in disbelief, Mirror mirror on the wall, Set me up to take a fall....” is an example of the dark yet tongue-in-cheek nature of the lyrics featured in the song, ‘Mirror/Mirror’. The album showcases a wide range of influences from power-rock to metal with a touch of post/groove metal to boot. Lead guitarist Val delivers some monstrous seven string riffs and can shred with the best of them. Drummer Fred is a hard-hitter who lays down heavy grooves that support the thunderous bass lines, creating a monster low end. Nicho brings back to life the term ‘power vocalist’ and he stays true to form with an emotionally-charged, breathtaking performance from start to finish. There is no possible way that 15 Reasons can be accused of being one-dimensional with their latest effort. Moreover, it is an archetypal album that defies what new bands in the hard rock and alternative metal scene are doing at the moment.