At first listen, there seems to be way too much going on here. Los Burbanks never really decide if they want to be glam metal, punk-pop or Latin alternative rock ’n’ roll. But this power trio from Washington State turns its multiple personality disorder into a strength by throwing major-league hooks into every tune. Singer German Briseño has one foot in the kind of emo self-deprecation of Julieta Venegas and Green Day, and the other in the machismo of Metallica and Argentinian ska. His tough Spanglish yowling has a hard edge to it, but he remains vulnerable and adorable even when swearing; one song is even titled “Mödérföker.” Jay Smith shreds and stings and slams on guitar, and Briseño and drummer Jonathan Gottlieb Nelson form a rock-like and versatile rhythm section, even when asked to bang out a power ballad in 5/4 (“It’s Dead”) or invent a country/doo-wop shuffle (“Addicción”).