This is the final studio album by the band, and they go out on a high note. The album is a lot more polished and mainstream-sounding than their previous works, but it works and it is a great album.
The album opens with the guitars blazing on the title track. The track is great fun and best played loud. The beautiful ballad Malibu sounds great, especially controlled vocal performance on the song. Heaven Tonight is a fun and bouncy song, the last thing that I would have expected to hear from the band. The song Dying is the most intimate moment on the disc. It's definitely the most personal song here, more in the line with the types of lyrics that were on their previous disc.
I cannot say enough about this album. It's great. For all of the personal issues and drama that have followed the band, it is nice to see them go out on such a high note.