You'd think bringing in someone from a band as horrible as I Declare War would make your band sound horrible. That is not the case. Jon Huber provides some of the most enjoyable and brutal vocals i've heard, while the band provide a barrage of crushing riffs, skillful solos and tight drumming. One of the better extreme releases of 2011.
I'm actually surprised that I like this. Needs some serious work, but there are some seriously cool slams and riffs. The drumming is tighter than a nun's pussy. The vocals are sometimes cool, but some of the gurgles just sound fucking hilarious.
Never really liked this band until I head this album. A Great release and a major step up from their previous releases. The flow of the album is not too well, it just sounds like abunch of songs thrown together, but the individual songs are great. This is a "Good Grind" band....is this possible? Listen to this album.rIn the song, Opposing Globalization, they have alot of solo work which is way bad ass for a grind/slam band like this. Also...the outro "Revocation Of Earth" was good. It sounds like the intro of a "What-Metallica-Should-Have-Sounded-Like" song. r