Its a lot more 'linear' than their previous albums, so I have found out. Late For Nothing is metal / math metal / metal core / progressive / djent... ah its a mix of everything heavy.
These guys are seriously talented. At first listen it would be easy to miss that, but careful attention pays rewards and this album is full of them. Drums and Guitars are the stars here. And they even squeezed Steve Vai into the album on one track.
There are a few nice difference between these guys and most in their field. First, they have a female singer who is pretty capable at everything she tries... singing, screaming, growls, the lot. Secondly, they dont take themselves to seriously, either.
Standout songs... Letters to Stallone. Has a great mix of everything they are about, and shows off Courtney's vocals. Snake Charmer is probably for fans of older stuff, with time signatures and guitars to confuse and please at the same time.
Boat Paddle is the obvious single and the straightest song on the album. Mind the Gap is very gentle... great tune as well. Carnage Asanda is the Vai song, and has him arrange and play as well. Here is where the bands vast array of influences shines through.
Inside Job is the last killer track and features great bass (turn it up!).
Superb. Needs multiple listens.