I’ll be honest with you. This album took me by surprise. I had heard Saosin awhile back, aka, before they switched Singers. While I liked what I heard, I never really got into them too much. However, they switched singers when Anthony Green left, and released a new album. So I was quite interested in hearing what the new album sounded like. I was actually quite surprised. My first impressions were very good. For whatever reason, this album just grabbed me. Its not the best album I’ve ever heard, but its just good music. Its obvious that these guys have talent, and its very well made album. The guitar work is was initially grabbed me, but the song writing, singing, and production are all excellent as well. Honestyl, just give this album a chance. I’m telling you, listen to the opening song, “It’s far better to learn,” and you’ll be hooked instantly. Sometimes a band can have alot of talent, but if I’m not feeling the singer, I just can’t get into them. Don’t worry, thats not a problem with Saosin. The new lead singer Cove Reber fits in perfectly with the band, and he has a strong voice that a good frontman needs. So, overall, its a great album, and I’m glad I picked it up.