They've managed to make that angry alt metal even catchier with this album. It's never anything poppy, but some of the hooks are decent. The verses and bridges are actually usually the stronger parts, the choruses sometimes have everything open up and feel a bit weak or loose compared to the tight synergy of the vocals, drums, and guitars during the rest of the songs. The choruses are were most of the lyrics about life being a curse, something even I joke about sarcastically usually, are played completely straight for dramatic effect. This is the point where I start to lose interest. Thankfully however right when I begin to lose interest the album pulls me right back in.
I no longer believe it's simply a case of me having grown out of music like this. I mean I did like it for reasons beyond relating to the lyrics. That's something I most certainly have grown out of, not that I still don't harbor a ton of anger and hate people but I no longer view it as an oppression. I really just think it's that a lot of these bands make bad albums on top of the fact that the whole category is over saturated mostly with garbage. That's not to say that Hellyeah or this album does anything that subverts or transcends the genre, just that it's an example of how to do it right. Unden!able is all the reasons to like the whole alt metal scene exemplified. So basically I do say "Hell Yeah!" to this album.