On big singles "Dig" and "Not Falling," the group plays with breakneck speed and mathematical precision, flashing all the technique of such modern-day prog-rockers as Tool, with only half the pretense and none of the bloat. Still, its albums have yet to capture the adrenalized fury on display in the live sets. For a free taste, check out the spotlight on Fuse's Uranium (it seems to rerun at least once a week), which features live footage that makes the album mixes sound like overpolished demos. Though the new Lost and Found won't be released until April, the 'Vayne is previewing it by doing the one thing that might help the bandmates survive the 15 minutes of fame they're complaining about: ripping up some clubs.
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