Different in a good and progressive way,
This review is from: Worse Than Alone (Audio CD)
Their are some of the best songs of #12's career on this record, along with a couple I'm not quite sure about. Without going into a lot of explanation, this album gives a more diverse (if possible) sound than any of their previous efforts. The hard parts are harder, the melodic parts are softer, but the main thing is their voices have greatly improved as far as singing goes on this record. Their screams have always been great, but this is the first album in which the singing at points out shines the screaming.
Glory Kingdom-Heavy and awesome
The Garden's All Nighters-Incredibly diverse, great guitar work
The League of Endangered Oddities-Great vocals, interesting instrumentals
I'll Make My Own Hours-Some of the best heavy parts they've done, with some amazing guitar work.
I haven't said much on this, but I believe the guitar AND the drums are what made this band in the past, on this record it feels like every instrument (including vocals) is on the same page. Amazing drumming and guitar as usual, vocals are slightly more rounded.