This one is probably my least favorite because they are tapping into a new style. I felt most of the music was "floaty" at times, as compared to some of the stuff they have on their older albums, but this could also be the production value. Don't get me wrong, the musicianship is there and it IS goddamn technical. I just felt that they were just wanking around too much at some points, and should get back to them more brutal riffs. Jacoby left the band (the bassist), and I really liked his vocal presence on the older albums... and on this album it just kinda felt less brutal and more "eh... cookie monster eating cookies." Here's to hoping the next album is even better than this one. Overall I think it rules, and the lyrics are pretty entertaining.
On a side note: This album could be good for people who want to start to get into Deeds of Flesh, without really knowing who/what they sounded like in the past.
Far more technical than all the previous albums, Deeds Of Flesh still create an unbelievable amount of brutality which is yet easily listened thanks to the great guitar riffing, ultra fast & precis drumming, killer diverse vocals, and very well produced album.