The ranting cadence to the more screamed vocal on "Ubiety" gives the song more of a Strapping Young Lad feel. The song that follows this one feels like just an extension of this with a slight rhythmic variance in the guitars attack. Things change tempo wise for " Those Who Sleep In the East" as the attack slows in a more intentional pound. The title track opens with the rumble of distorted bass. This song really doesn't do anything to show you a different side of the band even with the more experimental elements present. "the Chill" is driven by impressive double bass, but lets face it if you are a death metal band who doesn't have impressive double bass what is the point? This is one of the album's heavier and more conventionally death metal songs, holding a very dense groove. There is a more melodic intro to "Loss". The verse riff is very Morbid Angel. The outro "Colorblind' is an instrumental that add a
How important is originality to you in music, is the first question you should ask you self before diving in . The second question is how much do you miss late 90s death metal, if the answer is a lot then ignore the first question. Its well executed, so I will give it a 6.5, I also like Morbid Angel so familiar sounds are pleasing to our ears. Nothing mind blowing but the have potential once they find themselves.