Still, it's a tribute to the frontman's strange literary trip that his style, once "Censorship Now!!" hits its stride, provides new, unexpected mutations amid the formal deja vu. For one thing, his anger—usually coated in sardonic asides or cultural studies argot—has become palpable and more strikingly sincere. Where Svenonius was once happy to dress his j'accuse moves in hipster ennui, he allows himself to pound the jilted punk warpath this time around. Early highlight 'The Legacy Machine,' for example, launches a vicious critique of the punk scene's self-aggrandizing, legitimacy-chasing old age—one where Kickstarting self-biographers become a "[a] den of safecrackers turned into snitches" and the band docs' audiences, a casual crew of Netflix fiends he acidly notes "didn't care for the group as a living thing" but "as roadkill . . . deign to hang it on their wall," are ID'd with a sneer as "the squares [punks] used to despise." Elsewhere, 'All Power to the Pack Rats!: Ikea and Apple's War on 'Hoarders'' indicts the web's sleek, objectless meta-universe with righteous brio, celebrating the accumulation of "stuff" that TV shows like "Hoarders" pathologize and positing, with vexed resolve, "that things meant something once, that everything wasn't always a meaningless, equivocal post on Tumblr."