If you like their music, you'll like most of this album for sure. Songs like "Maximize", "Limitless", "Fury", "Faster", "Break Down and Cry" and "Fireball" stay true to the Amaranthe sound to which we're accustomed. I feel that "Boomerang" and "21" are along the same lines as "That Song", very poppy, but unlike "That Song" these two songs contain some harsh vocals, so, for me, it saves it a little bit. There are more hip hop elements than previous. I think "Boomerang" is strange in the way it mixes a rock/hip hop sound with some harsh vocals. Because of that, it's a fun song but I'm sure a lot of metal purists will hate it. I know someone in this thread said Elize sounded like Rhianna in "That Song". I agree and she sounds similar to her again in the tail-end of the chorus of "Fury". The song "Endlessly" slows it down in true power ballad form similar to "Amaranthine"; Elize gets to show off her vocal chops for sure. Overall, this album explores a lot of sub-genres for sure, and probably their most "mainstream" release to date. I wasn't a big fan of "On the Rocks" or "Supersonic". The album as a whole is extremely catchy, which is to be expected, and has some songs that will be great live. Looking forward to next September for sure.