God's chosen nü-metallers open angry that we've ignored their last-days warnings. But by the third and fourth songs they're reaching for heaven, treating screamo choruses like gospel ones between the juggalo raps. "West Coast Rock Steady" is a bouncily vocodered electro-hop old-schooler with Cypress Hill's Sen Dog, oddly referencing East Coasters the Beasties and Melle Mel. Then there's alternately positivist and apocalyptic reggae-metal, a RATM tribute with Hendrixy wah-wah, a bad-boys-seeking-good-girls want ad, and some nasty victims' revenge. Not too shabby, eight albums into this game.