Anybody? I figure at least the Canadian TBers gotta give it up for 'em. I first got into them about two years ago. I bought their CD "The Outer Limits" at a CD warehouse without knowing anything about them. Why? - I liked the artwork - It was cheap ($3.99, because noone around here knows them) - It came with 3D glasses. Yep, like the old movie style 3-D glasses. It doesn't really sync up with all the artwork on the album, but it was enough to get me to buy it. First couple of listens, I just thought it was OK. Around listen number five... it all clicked. This is pretty much the ideal of the music I'm looking to create. Floaty atmospheric guitar that can be heavy at the same time, and an absolutely fantastic drummer. The vocalist Snake really grew on me too. Not knowing the history of the band that much, I listened to some more of their stuff. Earlier stuff is a tad too generic for me, and I bought Lives a little bit ago, and was weirded out by the vocal change. Eric Forrest took over bass/vocal duties. Meh, I'm not too found of his vocal style, he's an OK bassist though. Denis d'Amour and Michel Langevin are amazing live though. In this line up, they are definatly what I'd call a Power Trio. It doesn't sound empty at all. I haven't listened to the newish self titled one yet, but I'm going to have to, Snake sang on it right? Also, for more die hard fans, how did the names Snake and Piggy come along. I guess Denis is the chubby faced one of the gang.