Fourth time's the charm. This album features more depth in both songwriting and melody than previous releases without sacrificing any of the fourious punk vibe they have become known for. The album might lack songs that are instantly recognizable, but this isnt something you should just listen too song by song. The atmosphere and feel of the album as a whole is what makes it worth listening too. This might just cause blunt force trauma upon listening.
Much better than Time Will Fuse Its Worth. Where the previous album was drowning in repetition and monotony, this album really branches out and creates a unique sound for the band. A natural and much appreciated evolution for the band. 3.8/5