I wouldn't say its much like their last record (which I didn't like). There last record sounded like they changed their sound enough to want to go mainstream in their scene (more chugging less riffing), but this song and from interviews/tours (Killswitch Engages, Trivium, As I Lay Dying, etc.) suggest they are going for that older if you will 2003 metalcore sound and get out of that "scene metalcore sound" (i.e. We came as Romans, Like moths to flames, Of mice and men, MMF). Kind of like Parkway Drive did and to a lesser extent what Bury Tomorrow are trying to do.