Well, we wanted to make this our black album. And what I mean my that is, if you listen to Metallica's black album, it takes you on a journey from track 1 to track 12. All the songs have a certain theme and a tone. There's a lot of diversity, different styles of music, different styles of songs, but they all have a certain feel to it. And what's what we wanted with Sin and Bones, we wanted to take people on a journey. In this day in age, a lot people buy one song off a CD or listen to it on shuffle, but we still think it's important that we put a lot of time and effort into the sequencing of the record and making sure those songs fit. So we really do take people on a journey throughout this record, and like I said, it's a very heavy, very melodic journey. When we write our songs, if we can't envision a doo-whoop group standing around singing the choruses of our songs, then the choruses aren't strong enough. You can add the heavy guitars and the fast drums afterward, it has to boil down to the hook and the chords and that people can remember it and sing along to it.