The idea that using pitch correction on vocals is somehow incongruous with pop-punk. It just shows you're not familiar with the recording process. There are remarkably few professional producers who don't put some correction on every single vocal they produce. Doesn't make their "pop punk revival" claims any less valid.
Not what I meant, or really what I said. And I am familiar with the recording process and know that producers, or even just my friends use it. It's not just about touching up a song. It's when you use to much that the listener, even an average listener, can tell cause you get that robotic feel. And they had that on a few tracks. And when you are trying to come across as this raw, pop-punk revivalist group, that doesn't help you.
That being said I re-listened to it yesterday and it's not as bad as I remember it. Not great, but not a shit show.