Look At Yourself represents a coming of age for Emmure, a new chapter in an aggressive autobiography that stretches back to the band's very first album. It's infused with a brutal self-examination and observation, balancing hate, bile and perseverance, with the tempered experience of a life spent in pursuit of self-reliance and respect, from within and without. It's expressed in a crushing cacophony of riffs that never fail to super-serve the forward-motion groove of Emmure. "You Asked for It," "Derelict," "Torch," and the rest of the tracks on Look At Yourself are anthems ready made for the downtrodden, neglected, and the cast aside; the people unfairly counted out ready to roar back. Emmure's music is the sound of perpetual motion. Like a shark, the songs keep moving. There's no "softening" of the sound, no compromise, no explorations of experimental garbage. Emmure has been refined, but without sacrificing their aggressive thunder.