Yeah I saw them only once but he sounded good to me. The band just should have back pedaled a little when they were trying to make both experimental and commercial songs and keep what made their fans love them in the first place in the forefront. If that makes sense. I feel like ISOSG was a band that (ironically) were all over the place and definitely not on solid ground.
That album seemed doomed in many ways from the get go. From outside writers, to producer changes, to the label, to people expecting Saosin II,
and the amount of time it took. Like many, I did in fact want a Saosin II....
I still do.