The New York Times have a little review of Hail to the Thief:
RADIOHEAD: `HAIL TO THE THIEF’ (Capitol) The advance word was that this album was a return to the rock of the group’s 1995 album “The Bends,” but once a band has evolved as far as Radiohead has, it is impossible to go backward. So while “Hail,” due in June, may be more song-oriented than recent Radiohead albums, it incorporates elements of the drive, the drone, the drift and the dance of all the group’s previous CD’s. Exquisitely layered yet stubbornly minimal, “Hail,” like much of the band’s other work, slowly opens after multiple listens.
(thanks to Josh)