This picks up exactly where Crooked Timber left off - and I love it already.
Amazon's excellent pre-order service meant it arrived in the post on the day of release and it didn't disappoint.
As with Crooked Timber, and Therapy? in general, the drums are prominent in the mix and the songs all have a strong sense of rhythm as their backbone.
But tracks like Get Your Dead Hand Off My Shoulder and Living In The Shadow Of The Terrible Thing are infectiously catchy, while tracks such as Ghost Trio have so much going on that you discover a new sound with each listen.
This is not ball-out metal, this is a band oozing maturity and song-writing talent, this is a band delivering a sound of their own, a band that cannot be categorised - and the album is all the better for it.
The lyrics and song titles screan "Therapy?" (Stark Raving Sane, Why Turbulence?) and some songs even have an "epic" feel.
If you have liked the band's last few albums you'll love this - if you have yet to experience Therapy? take a look at the video of Living In The Shadow Of The Terrible Thing on Youtube to get an idea of what this album is all about.
I love it!