Though the production is muddy and the brilliance of the music doesn't shine as clearly as it could, there is undeniable edge to this album that is conquered only by it's insistent drive, making the half-hour release drift pass in a head-banging haze.
Heavy as fuck mathcore/metalcore with Botch like riffs but way more groovy. The band coined the term for their sound as Botch n' Roll, which is quite accurate(that will either make u hate them or intrigue u). The bass tone is super raunchy and sick. The vocals are very tasteful going back and forth between raspy mid-range screaming and Daryl Palumbo reminiscent shouting. The production is perfect for their sound, everything is perfectly audible, and it's not too polished or raw. The only thing thing that brings the album down is the lack of variation between songs but fortunately momentum is maintained throughout the entire album. Snakepit is a fun as hell listen, just as long as you can get past the Botch resemblance.