After six years of silence, the kings of New York post-hardcore are back, and the stakes are higher than ever. Will   they top the success of their last album, 2002's Worship and Tribute (Warner Bros.)? Are they just as good without longtime producer Ross Robinson? Can they beat the popularity of spin-offs and side projects like Head Automatica, Saves The Day, and Men, Women and Children? As fans and critics await their next move, the latest lineup of the mighty Glassjaw girds for battle.    Story by  Jon D’Auria  Photos by Jon Mancuso

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