Unfortunately, the latest disc is more of the same. On Hide Nothing, lead singer number three, Jon Bunch of the now-defunct punk band Sense Field, shows off his impressive set of pipes and the band has built a more musically intricate foundation. "Already Gone" and "Bleed" trade pummeling guitar-and-drum parts like friendly fire. But the songs seem to flow into one another, linked by interchangeable lyrics ("You can't help but feel alone/All the times we were losing sight/There¹s no shadows/There's no light" on "Like Someone You Know" "There's so much worth living for/Make it a part of you and me" on "Make It a Part." Bunch has given the band a promising new start, but its next album has to do something that sets it apart from the rest of the bands with two adjectives, a noun, and a day of the week in it. One word: klezmer.