After a brief feeling out process, Isis find their range as Celestial (The Tower) enters like an unchained monster swinging in all directions. Deconstruction Towers is the wringer and we are the linen. Collapse and Crush? If SGNL 03 is the collapse, then the next track is the crush- the middle section meanders with a swagger that sets up a glorious walk-off finish. But wait, there's more. Following a swelling segue, courtesy of C.F.T., we gather for a monolithic finish to an exhausting album. After a brief flirtatious fit on the strings, a pounding riff lays out the foundation for Gentle Time as the listener is forced to muster up just enough gas to ride out of the fire on a chariot composed of equal parts false serenity and chaos. SGNL 04 ties up the album nicely, but the damage is done, the fields have been burned, the drought has tightened its grip. Ladies and Gentleman, this is Celestial, the dark horse to claim itself as the best ISIS album of all.