Kiss Kiss never fail to keep things interesting with a swirling string section and jaunty, angular melodies. On their July 7th release, The Meek Shall Inherit What's Left, they expand that same idiosyncratic style. Check out an exclusive stream of "Innocent I (The Corruption Of Self Through The Introduction Of Naturally Existing Self Producing Chemicals)" on the band's AP.net Profile for a taste.
The super-fast into super-slow arrangement is cool, but when you do it every song it quickly loses its impact. Hopefully on this album they find ways to mix it up from song to song. Last album was solid.