Asylums aren't waiting for millennial redemption to find them, they're making their own. Straight out of Essex and running at full throttle. The band have taken the challenge of the 'difficult' second album and used it as a jump ramp to a higher plane. They've always been about massive, thrashing melodic anthems but this is, quite simply, the massivist. The band has changed fundamentally in the last two years, certainly older and potentially wiser. A project that started out as a fizzing ball of un-focused youthful energy (albeit one with great tunes) has morphed into something altogether darker and more intense. It's a slug of ice-cold Jagermeister coming after the two pints of lager and a vodka Red Bull of the debut.