Seeing that it's from way back in '99 you'd expect an old sound, but surprisingly, along with that mathy/old-school, loosely nu-metallic sound, there is an underlying inclination that it would feel right at home if released just yesterday. Contrary to my previous notion, this album is more a post-hardcore/punk album at its heart, though honestly a concrete genre specification escapes me. For a random album that I picked up on impulse for less than 1 USD I can honestly say I was surprised. 4.27/5
To give a little more info on the sound, I'll just list a few phrases that came to mind over the past couple listens. Post-Hardcorish, vaguely Tool-esque on a couple songs, Horse the Band minus the balls, soft-industrial on one or two songs.