If you love Teen Suicide, then you'll love them more than ever. An interesting journey in audio, an introspective view of Sam Ray and his life proudly displayed and more well-written than his previous albums, and an overall concept of well-being and showering off the gunk that once was Teen Suicide. I, for one, welcome the new change of pace.
UPDATE - I saw Teen Suicide live in Atlanta and they played a few songs of this record and it was monsterous. I'm going from an 8.5 to a 9.5.