And yes, I realize that song isn't too terrible, but see, that's how this band ropes you in. They release one really sweet-sounding single that gives you some hope that the band might be on the upswing and then the album comes and it's all useless noise. They're like the Chicago Cubs of music: all promise, no execution. Ever.
Oh, and the first person to mention what this band did to Black Flag's classic album Damaged as a reason why they should be appreciated gets punched in the face by Henry Rollins.