The band is instantly aligned to the Hacktivist school of thought that incorporates top notch djent riffage with hip hop elements of urban new school. Some of the verses are actually really good and flow super well and can even detract the listener from the brutal band that lays the soundscape for their platform. Why this isn't above Linkin Park is anyone's guess, but it's obvious the band is missing choruses to catapult them into fame. 
     For a self produced release it's executed extremely well and hopefully there's a chance for this to dominate somewhere because this can be an instant gateway band for those who haven't been comfortable enough to indulge in the aggressive scene completely and need a little nudge to take a dive. While eleven songs run the album a bit dry, it's evident there's plenty of gas in the tank for the band to sustain their drive with their creative output.

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