Nonpoint has become a recent favorite group of mine because of their sound and some of the great music that they wrote on their first release “Statement”. With this second release, the group sounds more mature and seems to write a record that uses their music to explain the various phases of human life. The way the tracks are written, titled, and ordered on the CD speak greatly to this observation. Some people say that the CD is darker, but I didn’t find any real prevalent darkness in their music. The subject matter was far more intelligent than those covered by other CURRENT rock groups of their kind and is greatly done by Elias Soreano and company. Keep the good stuff coming, Nonpoint.