this is the best album in the 777 series - the increased emphasis on atmosphere and flow, a big flaw of the previous albums, has much improved and made much more of a believable atmosphere and enjoyable album runtime from start to finish. though this is far from a black metal album, the clean vocals and sparse to mid-paced tempo and beats dominating much of its runtime, the sinister and disorienting blut aus nord atmosphere remains. flaws remain such as the clean vocals not quite being up to scratch but this is a very fitting end to the 777 trilogy and a marked improvement. :]
Personally I found this final part of the 777 trilogy the best, even though I wasn't a fan of the clean vocals at times. Musically it was the most interesting and had the most tracks that grabbed me. Seemed a lot of professional reviews thought Sects was the best but I go with this one.