Texas in July release more of the same; generic metalcore with slightly above-average musicianship. It's not inherently bad music, and if you've enjoyed their past releases, there isn't any reason for you to not pick this up. "Fight Fair" starts out with a fun riff, and then proceeds to chug for the next three minutes or so. Nothing less, nothing more than what should be expected from an outfit such as them.
Texas In July just being Texas In July. Uncivilized is two songs to branch the gap between their two albums, they surely show progression but really doesn't attempt anything new to justify whatever genre approach they're taking. A little less on the breakdowns is one approach we see here, and they're doing well with filling the songs with some entertaining instrumentals.