Written by Alex Stojanovic
Taylor Froehlich - Bass & vocals
Mike Moretsky - Drums & vocals
Jason Soejoto - Guitars & vocals
Release Date: January 28, 2018
As I was listening to the EP, which consists of only four songs, the production is polished, but it still feels raw at the same time. When it comes to the music, it's not very technical, but it's not too simplified either. Many of the riffs are chord-based as opposed to flashy and really note-y. "Saltless Sea" sounds like it draws influence from hardcore, both in the vocal style and the music. The vocals are in the shouting spoken word form that you would hear in hardcore.
In all honesty, the EP was well-produced, but the songs themselves didn't really do much to hold my interest. I'm not saying the EP is bad, but it was the lack of hooks and catchiness that made the EP seem a little bland. The opening track "Intend" and the second track "To Sisyphus" both contain a small amount of decent moments, but it's not really enough to save the EP. I wish TRITA all the best in their future, but The Good Night didn't do much for me. If their sound might suit your taste, check them out.
Final Rating: 5/10