The Vines caught their break with 2002's platinum Highly Evolved, but singer Craig Nicholls nearly killed their momentum with his freakouts, from trashing dressing rooms to berating fans. Since getting diagnosed in 2005 with Asperger's syndrome, a mild form of autism, Nicholls has been focusing with his band on their fourth disc, helmed by Evolved producer Rob Schnapf. "Nothing can hold us back now," says Nicholls. "Unless I die in a plane crash." The fourteen new cuts include the string-laden "True as the Night" and the heavy-pop tune "Merry Go Round." Says Nicholls of the Vines' return, "We're coming back, and it's gonna be madness."
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