Nothing from this track really stood out to me. Yeah, it still sounds like classic He Is Legend, but there wasn't a whole lot here that made me want to listen again. Where are the dynamics and diversity of sound that we heard on songs like "Dinner With A Gypsy"? How about the technicality and chops they showed back during the days of 91025? Or how about the raw, southern grit and breakdowns from "Attack of the Dungeon Witch"? There are certainly glimpses of those things here, but this band seems to be a shell of what they were once capable of.
However, "Miserable Company" gave me some hope that they still have some gas left in the tank.
I agree. I think this song sounds like random parts of It Hates You put together, without any sense of dynamics this time. I know I said the exact same thing about another new song, which doesn't bode well for the rest of the record.