Grindcore albums are always fun to review because there is so much going on at once but only for 20-30 minutes as a whole listen. The sophomore record from the two-piece Pennsylvania based mathcore and grindcore outfit sees a monumental step forward in quality and originality. Specifically, in the use of more sludge metal breakdowns and even glitch elements are seen in a lot of cybergrind bands. Don?t get more wrong this is one brutal listen, but it is the best kind of brutal. The biggest downside is that the cohesiveness in everything is a bit static and some of the songs do go on for a bit too long. Otherwise amazing album (for those with no weakness in their heart), not something you listen to all the time but when the mood is right it hits hard!
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