Hundredth may not change the world with Let Go, but they’re certainly doing their damndest to foster and inculcate positivity in anyone who wraps their ears around it. Hardcore through and through, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina quintet blend the edginess of Comeback Kid, the all-out attack of Modern Life Is War and the compulsive melodies of Ignite to create an album that is overloaded with heart and unadulterated energy. As a sophomore album, Let Go shows some progression in that Hundredth feel a little more genuine here. There is more urgency in vocalist Chadwick Johnson's bark, more uplifting leads and choruses provided by guitarist/clean vocalist Alex Blackwell, and a more cohesive rhythm section. The improvement in production quality on Let Go as opposed to the band's 2010 debut, "When Will We Surrender", stands out as well.