What the Canadians around front girl Alia O'Brien give us here, shows an impression of ups and downs. You have to adapt, because sometimes it sounds really boring and drowsy, which is annoying by and by.
They try to pull out all the stops, no matter if they put in some accordant elements or some mosh parts. Catchy melodies and a lot of fun are given abundantly. But the finishing touch, the final barb is missing and many tracks do not get a chance because of the abstruse song structure.
The sound is not my cup of tea, but it is always a matter of taste. Proggies and die-hard rockers will not be sorry if they buy for their music room.