Job : Karnivool, Deftones, Russian Circles and Incubus all come up when listening to ‘Paramnesia’, the latest release from Canadian rockers The Divided Line. Progressive rock in a modern but familiar form that roots in old alternative American bands like Chevelle and to a lesser extent A Perfect Circle and Seether. Many of the songs sound lived and weathered, even though not all of them might be as expertly written and feel a tad middle-of-the-road at times. Unfortunately, in that way, the band doesn’t really add anything to the equation that feels worth sticking. If you’re wishing you were back in the early 2000s, listening to the underground alternative from that era, put this on. If you’re like me and hope that music never returns, leave this be.