Horrendous, never their namesake and always quality, have always had the appearance of a typical OSDM-revival band, but have proven time and again that there's more to them than that. Even eight years ago on their debut EP Sweet Blasphemies this was apparent. The production here is pitch perfect, something that has come to define the band just as much as their impeccable songwriting, and even though there's nothing all that original here, it doesn't deter the notion that this is some of the most well-written OSDM-revival out there. The band runs the gamut of styles here; there's thrashy opener "The Mystic" which absolutely blazes, and there's the slower-tempoed, yet intense "Reanimated". Other songs have a more simplistic structure to them, while others still are more technical and complex. Basically, the band kicks ass in whatever style they damn well please, and thus, Sweet Blasphemies is a jam of an EP.