You called it Jazz. Although I’d almost argue this is goes back even further - basically “Here and Now” meets “Decay”. Hmm. I... hmm. It definitely has it’s moments. I guess the mix and tones bug me a bit - the two separate parts just before the first verse seem like they you could use a bit more separation - sure they’re in different octaves, but with what sounds like the same effects and distortion they kind of step on one another’s toes. Goes back to how, while 7D is one of my go-tos, I’ve never considered their tone to be iconic. This song reminded that I also don’t particularly care for their use of the whammy pedal - if it weren’t for the treble being trimmed off the top I’d say it’s grating. That’s not to say I at all regret my preorder. EDIT: While I’m nitpicking... 1:24 - we get it John, but this isn’t Fear Factory.