I favor the second Scum album actually :P Tenebrae becomes a lot more enjoyable when you start
listenng to the riffing in an alert manner, and notice how they drop a note here and there (I mean
physically remove a note that results in meter altering, not just hold the previous one longer), or
suddenly shift the drums by about half a measure, changing the synchronization altogether. And it's
all done in a nice, tight manner, not like it's slop done on accident. Great stuff to listen to. You
mean the Dysanchelium Tenebrae, right? There's a bunch of them out there.