Decent 3.5 - Coalesce comes back with shorter, heavier, cleaner and much more experimentally pleasing release. ,,Functioning on Impatience'' is 20 minute long journey to the depths of anger, fear and power. Instrumentally this thing is massive, full of unorthodox drumming, strangely composed riffs and vocals with very strong lyricall message, even though I wouldn't really consider myself a huge fan of the vocals, plus they are bit drowned in the mix, they are enjoyable. ,,ODD TIME SIGNATURES'' this is what makes this album so unique for it's time, I find these extremely strange time signatures pleasing, considering metalcore played 5/4 or 6/6 is always interesting idea. Coalesce changes between these tempos so easily, and that is what makes them force to be reckoned with. Getting themselves on level of ,,Botch'' or ,,The Dillinger Escape Plan''.