The synth-work is well done, and infectious at points even. I notice a variety of ideas were utilized throughout the
album (instrumentally) and if he really went balls-deep with that aspect of his work, we could have had a top
notch result. rHowever, he had to go and ruin it with his unnecessary vocals. I swear, it's like he completed the
album, synths and all, then thought 'hey, this really needs something more... so I'm gonna record some half-ass
uninspired vocals last minute and maybe it'll add some depth'. rI would actually raise my rating of this album a full
point if Martial Canterel showed a little restraint at the very least, and allowed the synth-work to shine throughout
the majority of the album, rather than feeling the need to bog everything down with his aimless, boring vocals.