Released on May 1, 2007 Having built upon the band's reputation for lightning fast guitar riffs, raw screams, catchy choruses, and a volatile rhythm section, Manipulator finds The Fall of Troy combining metal with progressive, rock with blues, and past with present to once again push themselves beyond. The heavy parts are heavier, the poppy parts are poppier, and the overall dynamics make the album impossible to classify.
Track List: Cut Down All The Trees and Name The Streets After Them The Dark Trail Quarter Past Problem!? Semi-Fiction Oh, The Casino! Sledgehammer Seattlantis Ex-Creations Shhh! If You're Quiet I'll Show You A Dinosaur. Caught Up A Man. A Plan. A Canal. Panama.