Elliot Hoffman is spectacular, as always, but I found this album somehow seems both less energetic and less accessible than Centralia. It might grow on me, but it seems a lot harder to latch onto. Still, it deserves a relatively high rating at least on the merits of creativity and musicianship.
All of this album's stomach-churningly ugly musical moments culminate to form a formidable beast of an album that is well-produced, well-written, and just plain crazy. This is certainly the better of the two releases by the band that may be the edgiest in the metalcore-death-grind scene today.