At some points they’re trying to be a punk band, at other points they’re trying to be a complicated post-hardcore band, and still at other points it seems they want to be post-rock. Think of it like a man coming up to you and quoting Bill Hicks, Shakespeare, and Nietzsche in a random, disjointed fashion. Despite the fact that the latter would amuse me, its musical counterpart leaves much to be desired.

 –Bryan Static (Remedy, no address)