By that point most fans had stopped giving a shit, though, so Lewis broke up the band and formed Burden Brothers instead, which was frankly just Toadies-lite. When the inevitable indifference for Burden Brothers became apparent, a Toadies reunion was pretty much written in stone, so in 2008 we got No Deliverance, another ho-hum collection of post-inspired après-grunge blah.
Four years later, I'm not ready to call "Summer of the Strange" a full blown comeback, but it's certainly more arresting than anything I've seen out of these guys in years. Maybe it's the Rob Zombie-cribbed visuals? Which are NSFW by the way.
Play. Rock. Music is out July 31, and hopefully it's better than that album cover ripped off from Hole above.