Not much to add to the other more generous reviews which are spot on in the main. Unlike some, I blow hot and cold about MV. I loved the first album, and liked bits of the others. I was much keener on At the Drive-in, which probably makes sense as this lot have a strong punk/post-punk feel.
Standouts for me are Eli, The Eye Fell In Love, Turtle Neck and Always On The Run, but there are no weak tracks really. The playing is just great, with Omar contributing some very inventive, fx-laden guitar flourishes and the beautiful Terri Gender-Bender giving a great vocal performance throughout. The lyrics, also from Terri are bizarre but seem to fit the songs well for some strange reason.
Hope they carry on for a long time and produce loads more great music.