When Poison The Well started, they were mainly a metalcore band. Their sound has evolved over the years, and with Versions there still are some metal parts, but many other genres are also represented. It's really a diverse album. Some songs have a definite metal vibe, while others are edgy modern rock. They also delve into doom metal territory and have a lot of very progressive and experimental sounds as well.
This is an album with a lot of texture and emotion. Jeffrey Moreira's vocals are mainly dark and angry, although the veil of darkness lifts periodically for some melodic vocals. If you're looking for a traditional metalcore album packed with breakdowns, this probably won't fit the bill. But if if you like it heavy, intense and eclectic, you'll find a lot to like on Poison The Well's latest album.