They could have come up with a better idea for that ridiculous album title, but what M.ILL.ION offered here is actually quite an interesting mix of melodic metal and hard rock, even though I know they have the capacity of creating something a lot better than this. The problem that lies here is the lack of really powerful chorus in most of the songs. If you heard 'Cry To Heaven', the verse is mindblowing, but you probably will have doubt whether the chorus is really that awesome.
'I Raise My Glass' is an example of M.ILL.ION at their best, the hellish riffs with a set of brilliant melodies is just perfect. Another great shot here is 'Hate'. Again, they focus on the riffs and also on the whole arrangement which is a success. Some tracks here are potential such as 'Everyday Hero', 'Hell's Gate', 'Drama Queens', and 'Seize The Day'. Most of them felt flat, the chorus is a bit anti-climax, some riffs are great, but some are quite dull.
The rest of the tracks are pretty average and the title track is the worst here I guess. I suspect the ballad 'Fuel To My Heart' has the potential to fill the gap at the start but eventually it faded away like hundreds of other average Euro-ballads. The production is excellent and that helped propel this album slightly higher and deserved a decent rate of 70%-75%