Marc is just as guilty of hiding behind a backing track as Josh. I've seen VoM 8 times since the release of All Things Set Aside, and before the release of Eclipse, Marc just looped everything, but after Eclipse, every time I saw them, there were 2+ guitar backing tracks to every song, and Marc let the backing tracks do a lot of the work (such as giving the leads to the backing track, and just chugging along to the rhythm guitar's breakdowns in multiple tracks). Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying Marc can't play his own material, I know he can, I saw VoM play as a 4-piece with no backing tracks or loop pedals in a renovated Church-turned-venue in 2007, right after Brandon joined, and they killed it. But Marc has definitely gotten lazier live than he used to be, and lets the backing tracks do a lot of the work. As for the singing, the melody was fine, it was the tone of Lukas' voice, and the lack of control over his vibrato that I think made it poor, not whether or not he hit the right notes for the main melody. He sings from the chest throughout most of the album, which you can hear if you listen, but in this video, it's all head voice. It completely takes all of the power out of Lukas' clean vocals.