- Critical Dissonance: They are near-universally acclaimed by critics, but metalheads are much, much more divided on them. Both because of their Christian stance and their labeling as a "Metalcore" band.
- Epic Riff: Where do we begin? 'The Science of Lies', 'Not I', 'Undying', 'Ribcage', 'Through the Black', 'Not Ready to Die', 'Coffin Builder', and the list goes on and on.
- One-Scene Wonder: Trevor McNevan's part in 'Coffin Builder'. You can't miss it even if you try.
- Tear Jerker: Pick any of their ballads. 'Driving Nails' and 'My Heartstrings Come Undone' are probably the most noteworthy.
- They Copied It, So It Sucks: Averted. Somebody copied them. The verses for fellow Christian metal band Decyfer Down's song 'Crash' sound very similar in tune to the chorus of 'I Am You'.
- Critical Dissonance: Professional critics gave the film low scores, but most internet reviewers considered it to be surprisingly decent for a direct-to-video film. Some of them even called it better than Constantine, which was released the same year and featured Keanu Reeves and Rachel Weisz in its cast.
- Narm: The succubus's horns look too goofy.