Unnecessarily bloated play-length, devoid of any kind of originality or songwriting, and 'progressive' sections ripped straight from Fates Warning; so basically everything that's wrong with modern tech death.
Omnivium is pretty much an improvement on Cosmogenesis in every way. The production gives it a much more natural feel than their previous album - it's a more fluid, concentrated effort this time around, Recommended
Even more organic and with a more concise harmonic sense than its predecessor, Omnivium improves on an already great formula. It's not quite perfect but it's as rich and interesting as modern death metal gets.
Album has so much noodling, which is not necessarily a bad thing. instrumentals are this bands forte; instrumental from cosmogenesis was best song, and the 2 instrumentals from this are by far the best tracks. overall excellent album after 3-4 listens through