joined the ranks of metalcore with the vitriolic political concept
The Mark Of The Judas (2000), that also displayed prog-rock ambitions
amid the bombast and noise.
The follow-up, So Sedated, So Secure (2001), disappointed, but
the catchy anti-establishment death-metal of
Hidden Hands of a Sadist Nation (2003), while even less original,
granted them a new career.
More personal and even reflective, Undoing Ruin (Victory, 2005) was
designed to appeal to a much broader audience, while refining their fusion
of death-metal and hardcore.
Deliver Us (2007) moved further towards the mainstream by cleaning up
the vocals, in the process inventing metalcore for aging punks.
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