Cry Havoc is a good record, short, pushful, 'dare-devil', much more appealing than the s/t one. I don't like the remake of Still Bleeding so I replaced it with the demo version but there are many other good things in here: We Are Alive, Closer, Misery, overall, almost every track is pretty catchy.
If the clip of "Closer" is any indication of what Cry Havoc will sound like, then it's going to be more mainstream rockish. Not exactly what I wanted, but I'll stay positive. Unfortunately it's being released on the same label (Victory) as the latest Otep album so it'll probably get drowned out in sales.
They sounded pretty good on the album, but I saw them live with Otep the other night...to be honest...they weren't horrible, but they didn't impress either. Just thought people should have a heads up. :(