Deloused and Frances are great, but I'm going to talk about Bedlam and Noctourniquet since they rarely get any attention.
Bedlam in Goliath is just nuts. It should be illegal to drive to, and if you're a runner you'll set personal bests with it on. The second half of "Goliath" might be the single craziest thing ever recorded in studio, it's just pure focused energy. And "Metatron" and "Cavalettas" never get enough credit. "Metatron" is so all over the place but it's not excessive at all and every transition is clearly thought out.
Noctourniquet for some reason seems to be viewed by a lot of people as a throwaway album, but I've always thought it was fantastic and one of the best few albums of 2012. Sometimes I think it might even be their most consistent start to finish, though it doesn't really have the "oh my god" peaks of some of the others. Every song is great (with the exception of "Imago" maybe). As other people have been saying, "In Absentia" is incredible, and "Vedamalady" might be the most beautiful song they've ever done. I've always really liked "Empty Vessels Make the Loudest Sounds" too, and since "In Absentia" was already posted I'll thrown in "Dyslexicon" (love that disorienting combination of the overly busy drums behind the kind of weird, detached, relatively laid back music and vocals). (And I'm firmly in "'The Whip Hand' is great" camp.)
Great, great band. I'd love for a reunion (when I saw this thread initially I thought that's what had happened),