Audio Mixer: Dustin Burnett.
Recording information: The Halo, Windham, Maine.
Photographer: Matt Bramlette.
Portland, Maine alternative Christian rock quartet the Wrecking return with So Much for Love, the second full-length album following their 2008 debut, A New Abolition, and follow-up 2010 EP, The Catalyst. In addition to a prolific release schedule, the tireless outfit built a devoted fan base through constant touring, performing hundreds of concerts in a relatively short amount of time. So Much for Love follows in the tradition of the Wrecking's previous albums, with blaring guitars and shiny pop production coming together around vocalist Douglas Elder's devotional lyrics, and taking cues from the experimental leanings of Radiohead as much as the polished emo-pop of early-2000s bands like Jimmy Eat World and the more heart-searching moments of the Foo Fighters.