This consistently charting Florida rapmetalcore crew's ninth album is all about making threats: "I'm not playin' anymore/ You started a f***in' war!" "Hide the kids, bolt the door/ This battle is now a war!" "Last man standing, with a bat in my hand!" "Broken bones and blood!" It's let-the-bodies-hit-the-floor fodder in the angry Drowning Pool tradition, tailor-made for grunts on their fourth Afghanistan tour. Elias Soriano's rhyme cadences seem schooled in actual hip-hop, too. And if the songs mostly all yell at you the same way, at least "Go Time" and "Independence Day" have nifty intros.