Flyleaf plays the sort of standardized hard rock that’s just safe enough for mass appeal (the band’s eponymous debut sold more than a million copies), but that's not quite innovative enough for any kind of harsh critique. Does this make the Texas five-piece a bad band? Not entirely. It knows how to write a hit record; its songs are emotive, polished efforts, and frontwoman Lacey Mosley delivers on vocal harmonies that reach impressive church choir-like projections. Reviews for last year’s Memento Mori remain generally positive—but then, it’s easy to please when the audience is already built-in.