It's been seven years since they released anything new, so they've had more than enough time to get up to speed and make a proper comeback that should come close to the shadow of the two nineties gems they rose to fame with. On stage, they've always been like a steamroller, so we hope Shirley Manson's stage presence hasn't been affected too much by this hiatus. One thing's for sure: they won't stain the memory of the thousands of people who still consider them one of their teen year heroes.
Opinión a favor del No por Mario G. Sinde
I don't believe in miracles, and to expect anything good from one of the most legendary - but at the same time most discussed - bands of the nineties is just too much. These seven years of silence have done the damage more than anything; other bands have surfaced and occupied their spot, so Shirley Manson has little left to tell us that we don't know already. Plus, the teaser for “I Hate Love” is a bit kitschy. We'll always have “Version 2.0” as a key album of our teen years. The nostalgia factor would maybe be the only reason to go and take a look.