Archive Panic: They don’t have that much officially released material, but if you want to start going through all the live recordings of them that are available (which is recommended since they tend to début new songs in live performances years before they’re given official releases), good luck.
Awesome Music: All of it. However, each album has one or two tracks that stand out even above the band’s usual high quality:
F♯ A♯ ∞ - “Providence”
Slow Riot for New Zerø Kanada - Both of them. There’s a good reason this is the highest rated EP on RYM.
Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven - “Sleep”
Yanqui U.X.O. - “Motherfucker=Redeemer”
’Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend! - “Mladic”
‘Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress’ - “Piss Crowns Are Trebled”
Broken Base: ‘Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress’ is shaping up to be this with some fans calling it one of their better albums and other fans calling it one of their worst.
Crowning Moment of Awesome: Blaise Bailey Finnegan III’s rant at a judge is this for many fans: “You think you’re God because you have a robe and you can put people up the goddamn river for twenty years? Well, you’re not!” Of course, for others it may verge into Narm.
The issue of the man’s “poem” actually being mostly lyrics ripped off from the bandIron Maiden is also a bit divisive, since it makes one question whether this story is even true.
Epic Riff: “The Dead Flag Blues” motif, repeated at the beginning of “East Hastings” as well.
"Mladic" has an extremely heavy, almost stoner metal-esque guitar riff that gets faster and more intense as the song continues.
Face of the Band: Even though he’s not the frontman in the traditional sense (and has repeatedly disclaimed the rŹôle), Efrim Menuck is the member that seems to get the most recognition. It’s no doubt a contributing factor that he’s been by far the member who has interacted most with the press.