For some reason, The Time Of Great Purification really stood out for me. It was a surprisingly catchy piece of slam that showed off Jonathan Huber's awesome vocal range like the album before it whilst also incorporating some fantastically groovy riffs and beatdowns that made each and every song stand out in some way. The technical parts weren't overdone either, which made a refreshing change. Here the technical parts are more prominent, which isn't necessarily bad but it does decrease the crushing impact the band are going for. The band's new (old) vocalist Matti Way fits this style a lot better than Huber would have, but the catchy groovy riff/vocal parts are all but gone. It's still a good album, but it lacks the bouncy vibe that the band's last effort had in abundance.