The lyrics are a little better and few of them actually depart from the topic of sex. From the soft rocking "Beautiful With You" to the song Glee made famous, "Here's to Us," both of which have Hale singing with some emotion that isn't brought about by what's between her legs. Some songs get a little weird, like "Rock Show" which is about how it feels to be in the audience at a rock concert and "In Your Room" which talks about Hale wants her lover to reveal all of the secrets in his room. The later is cheesy beyond believe and doesn't mesh well with the other songs on the album.
The only issue with the album is all of the profanity. While a little profanity is good, sometimes the band use it too much on their new album. Especially on "Here's To Us" and "You Call Me A Bitch Like It's A Bad Thing." All in all the new album is a small step up from Halestorm and it's one wild ride.
Below is the video for the first single "Love Bites (So Do I)"