After busting out while his band was on break with his debut solo album Terror Amor earlier in 2014, Davila 666 frontman AJ Davila returned quickly with his second effort. Released a mere nine months later, Beibi is a much noisier and nastier album. It has much more of the quick, lo-fi production values the former cherishes. It also doesn't have the same collaborative, all-hands-on-deck approach of his debut. Whatever Davila may have sacrificed in sound quality or big-name guests, he certainly didn't skimp on hooks or riffs. Beibi is bursting open at the seams with both, and just about every track sounds like a million-selling single.