“Beautiful Chaos” has a cool bass melody and “Earth to You” has a pretty distinctive one too.
However, nothing in "Fury" is quite comparable to guitar/bass melodies like the ones in songs like "Howards Tale", "White Balloons", "Odd One", "Connect", "Master of the Universe", and other songs from previous albums.
Then you have the haunting "Walls (You Changed)", which is one of the few songs Sick Puppies has produced over the years that features Emma as the lead vocalist.
Best Buy's exclusive edition contains two bonus tracks called “Not Now” and ‘Charlatan”, which make it worth it to pick up this version of the album.
Recommended tracks: Charlatan Black and Blue Stick to Your Guns Let Me Live Earth to You 5.0 classic Five Finger Death Punch Got Your Six Hinder When the Smoke Clears Hollywood Undead Notes From the Underground Hollywood Undead Day of the Dead Sixx: A.
The kick-off track is called_War_, this is an intense onslaught that grabs and lifts with a punch that is comparable to most of Sick Puppies other equally hard-hitting material.
It’s an uplifting and charged song brimming with angsty conviction, and easy to rock out to.
What it perhaps could have used more of are the bass and guitar melodies that have helped make many past Sick Puppies songs so great in the past.
Also, it's a fairly simple album with all the songs ranging between 3-4 minutes, but with the nice job that they've done on "Fury" there's no point in letting that keep one from enjoying it.
"Let Me Live” covers familiar territory for Sick Puppies in telling a bully type figure to back off and "let me live." "Earth to You" tells someone who's stuck in place to get back on their feet and wake up.