This album really surprised me. Anyone's style is pretty impressive. Reminds me of Faith no More and Jane's Addiction. A criminally hidden Roadrunner Records gem, this album is certainly a really good listen. It's pretty much devoid of fillers, and that's amazing considering this album has 16 tacks. Truly, every song stands on it's own with soaring riffs, unexpectedly tasteful solos, interesting rhythmic patterns, outstanding bass work and an energetic frontman who's voice is reminiscent of Andrew Wood (Mother Love Bone) and Perry Farrell (Jane's Addiction). This album is something you must hear if you have any kind of appreciation towards the 90's alternative music and rock music in general.