Honestly, a disappointment. As a post-rock album it is moderately enjoyable, but when looking at it in context of GY!BE's pure brilliance, this just pales in comparison. Still, worth a listen if you've got about an hour to spare and nothing to do. 3.1/5r
Godspeed create a unique captivating sound on their final effort as a collective. The atmospheric nature in which it creates comes off as a brooding, dark brand of instrumental rock. With a more schizophrenic vibe than the apocalyptic F# A#. Although brilliant, the center piece 'Rockets fall on Rockets' builds up to a disappointing climax which tends to head nowhere. This is made up for by the closer 'Motherfucker Redeemer Pt.2' the most experimental of the tracks, using tribal drums and free jazz to build a monstrous atmosphere.