This work is merciless with listeners and the second track, 'Lethal Nuclear Evil - Dyatlov Pass', continue this way. 'Mother of The Dying' already has some characteristics of what could be expected from a common band of this style, but this direction doesn’t stay for so much time, because at the beginning of 'Putrid and Damned' the listener is massacred again - in the absence of a heavier adjective - by absurdly fast guitar lines and even a frightening solo! And so the album goes on, alternating absurd technical difficulty with heavy riffs to head bang in slower tempos, as in the final parts of 'Sky Burial' and 'Colares UFO Flap'.
'Overseers' and 'The Faithmaker' don't lose the heaviness and there is only a little rest for the listener in the final track, without losing the creativity of the musical compositions, all signed by guitarist Igor. The lyrics’ themes are another bright surprise, all written by their ex-vocalist! He uses subjects as Dyatlov Pass incident, the ufological incident of a brazilian city, inconsequential consumerism, criticism to religious dogmas and much more.
This is a really extreme album in every sense, that does not decrease the heaviness by a second and only begin to be assimilated after the last track end up. So listen at your own risk, because there is a scale for technical extremism in heavy metal: speed metal, technical death metal and Bloody Violence! It sounds like a big exaggeration on my part, but I'm sure you'll agree with me when checking out this record. Oh, they still play all this songs perfectly live... If you don’t believe me, go to their show! It's worth, I guarantee!