Though that title suggests Three Days Grace to be astronomy buffs, it doesn't show in the music. Dreamy space pop, this album clearly is not. Rather, it's another well-chiseled slab of post-grunge choking on negative energy: relationship strife ("Operate"), psychic alienation ("Chalk Outline") and, of course, inner rage ("Misery Loves My Company"). Sonically speaking, the Canadian quartet has tightened up their attack considerably. This is a good development, as it further differentiates them from the likes of Daughtry, 3 Doors Down and Cavo, all of which are heavy on the power ballads.