Apparently this is what Columbia Records calls "jazz" in the post-Marsalis era. These three guys play "acoustic" instruments (piano, bass and drums) but they are more inspired by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Liberace, and
Iron Maiden than they are by, say, the Bill Evans Trio or Keith Jarrett. They are bombastic, melodramatic, overblown and sometimes entertaining in a theatrical sort of way.
It's very difficult to take them seriously as jazz artists, which is where you will find this in your neighborhood record store if you even have one anymore, or go to one. I guess I'd put it in the classical section, under "percussion". Approach with caution, and be on the lookout for flying shrapnel.