Some constructive criticism/proofreading:
"feels so effortless, and unforced"
"easing walk of a parasidaic park"
What's an "easing walk?" (I'm genuinely unsure if this is something colloquial that I'm unfamiliar with) Also, I think you mean "paradisaic" (as in having the qualities of a paradise). In my opinion that's kind of a clumsy word when, instead of "paradisaic park" you could say "paradise." Unless you mean "parasitic" (having the qualities of a life-leeching parasite) in which case this would work. But knowing this album, I'm guessing you mean the former.
"going through... while feel" tense doesn't match. In this case, you'd have to say "while feeling..."
"with its both" both is unnecessary here. It indicates a forthcoming "and" which never comes around (well, there is one, but not in the expected syntactical context). You can just cut the word altogether and be pretty sound.
"Although there are some moments that aren’t perfect or underwhelming"
This is a contradictory statement. Fix it by adding an "are" before "underwhelming" or, better yet, pick one phrase and edit the statement to reflect your choice. It'll strengthen the paragraph.
"try to tag djent into Soul Cycles"
"Soul Cycle's" (note the apostrophe)
"but their riffs are closing to a thrash sound"
"closer?" "closest?" Either word is what you're looking to use. "closing" is not.
Digging: Chris Letchford - Lightbox