I really don't want an LP album without Chester screaming, separate it from the softer melodic songs, but don't exclude it all together. Throw in some heavier songs, I'm all for them trying new things, but I don't want them to completely abandon things that are such a staple in their sound signature just for the sake of being different. Though I'd rather Mike sing at this point, but like Chester's screaming, his rapping is such a staple that the album would feel weird without it. Plus, he spoke about focusing on lyrics first with this record, so I'm really interested on what he can pull off this time around. I'd rather they take an LT approach where the album is a bit of a grab bag, some rap songs, some soft, some heavy, etc. Though, I can understand others who may want a more cohesive album like ATS where the album is meant to be listened to as a whole. I really think they had the right idea with the formula of LT. A short, fast, album packed with assorted flavors. Even if you didn't like the overall sound of LT, they can still use that formula with different genres which I would love to hear. But if the guy from The Bonfires is any indication, this album could be slow. Then again, Mike was also in the studio with Martin Garrix sick I have no clue what they're doing, but I think that's what makes this album so interesting is that we have no clue what to expect this time around.