Label: Bridge Nine Within the current hardcore community, the anticipation of True Love's debut album has been a big deal. Joining forces with Chris Wrenn's Bridge Nine Records, True Love entered Chicago's Bricktop Studios last summer to track their debut album, Heaven's Too Good for Us, with Weekend Nachos guitarist Andy Nelson in the engineer's chair. Clocking in at under 20 minutes, the album is a relentless son of a bitch. Opening tracks "Piece for a Piece" and "Your Side" showcase True Love's basic approach: gruff vocals over fast tempos that eventually give way to a bonkers breakdown What's a great hardcore record without a nasty guitar tone? Well, you’ll be pleased to know that guitarists Alec Faber and Brad Walker have got that covered. Everything from the breakdowns to the pick slides to the speedy riffs are Madball-worthy. By the time Heaven's Too Good for Us ends with the anthem "Stay True," you’ll find yourself going back to the beginning of the album to get another fix.