What can i say? this album and band for that matter is truly amazing and sadly totally unheard of. From start too finish this album is very emotionally powerful and often leaves you with your mouth gaping just absorbing the lyrics and music. The album deals with a lot of difficult issues, child abuse, drug addiction, losing friends and religion. The main vocals are provided by Josh Hagquist who has something very haunting about his voice, demonstrated majorly in "Circular Parade" which in my view is one of the best tracks on the record. Josh's singing is backed up by the gut wrenching emotionally scarred screams of Shaun. The vocalists are backed up by great technical, but fairly simple guitars, that pull at you and really grab your attention, simple clean melodies are often overlaid with well thought out riffs that somehow give some of the songs a soothing feel despite the screaming that sits on top of them quite frequently. I think the album is majorly about realizing that we as people have flaws, that sometimes we dont deal with. If you like Thursday and similar bands and like your rock to be heavy, but not inaccessible then give TBM a go. Even if you like your music a bit harder this album is sometimes a nice album to chill out and think to. Feature tracks for me are "Circular Parade" "Wide Eyes" "Stavesail" and "For A Friend" although its difficult to chose as all of the songs are equal on merits. Long review i know, but it think these guys are worth it and deserve some more recognition. buy it!