Well, that's quite the bold statement. And from a site that has had some truly outstanding writers (and many others that are just okay or not even that). I haven't actually read the review yet but here 'tis for any who're interested.
Loss is on Bruce Springsteen’s mind. How could it not be—it’s on all of our minds these days, inescapably present and unfailingly haunting. It greets us each day as we stare down the mounting human cost of this global tragedy, and as we go to bed each night, taking what succor we can from the things and people that bring us comfort. But it’s especially insistent for those of us living in countries that have so spectacularly failed to protect their citizenry, where we continue to see the body count rise and loved ones fall ill. In this one way—this shared sense of communal pain—we are a collective, united in loss and hope for a brighter tomorrow.
And here's one from avowed Bruce fan Ryan Leas at Stereogum:
I was thinking today how this album will probably end up being referred to as Springsteen's Covid album. Sometime in 2078...