Not overly acquainted with the BFB, but on first listen this album feels more rocked up than some of their earlier stuff. Not that that’s ever a problem for me, but it took me by surprise. May just be a production thing, but either way it’s good. The songs have a nice grungy quality and interesting arrangements that still leave room for their somewhat sardonic line in lyrics (which is what attracted them to me in the first place in their song about devil worshipping domesticity, “Living In Sin”) to shine…or perhaps ooze through. Check out the video for the new single to see what I mean.