Probably Nonpoint's most consistent album from beginning to end. Anyone remotely interested in current hard rock owes it to themselves to give this album a listen as they will be hard pressed to find a better offering. The grooves are thick and the melodies addictive. This is the definitive sound of Nonpoint being Nonpoint at their finest... and at times their heaviest. I just hope that future albums feature the inclusion of more experimental elements as I believe they have pushed this sound pretty close to it's limits. But that's a minor critique seeing as there are plenty of progressive bands out there and the point of Nonpoint is isn't too challenge your brain but to make your body move.