A reasonably well performed progressive post-hardcore album. It is easy to see the technical skill of the musicians, but by around the 6th or seventh track the songs started to blend together. With this and similar genres, it's understandable that it's difficult to create differentiation (seeing as the sound is already pretty hectic), but I've heard other bands do it a bit better than EAPZ. 3.2/5
This brings me to the realms of bizarre
It's eerie yet heavy.
i'm not sure why the "I Have Made my Bed" intrigues me so::
but it does.
and this album is an art--That many will wish they've heard sooner.