"Forced to Rock" isn't the problem... the entire album not having a single song that compares to anything on 'A Celebration of Guilt" is the problem. The fact that I can't stand to listen to an album from a band that used to be #1 on my list of favorite bands is the problem. While I feel like they haven't made an album since ACoG that compared to it, at least each of the albums had some redeeming value. I'd already given up hope that they'd write another album that would compare to ACoG, or :gasp: progress and write something even better, but at least the subsequent albums were still listenable. This most recent album managed to absolutely kill any remaining respect I had for them. I'll still happily listen to "Face of My Innocence", but I don't plan on buying any further Arsis albums. Arsis used to write vicious, technical, powerful, dynamic, inspiring death metal songs. I bought my first 5150 because I saw James playing one. I still wear around my Arsis hoodie with the ACoG skull. It's worn, but I loved that album. This new album is 80's cock rock. And a poor example of it, at that. This may be the largest disappointment I've had to date in my musical life. The only thing I could imagine being worse is if Nile started playing songs that could be mistaken for Vanilla Ice covers. Or Bon Jovi.