The album contains eight tracks, all created with a distorted bass guitars, pummeling drums and brutal hardcore vocals. No wonder that some people call them "the bastard sons of Motorhead and The Melvins". This stuff is intense, punkish, raunchy and highly destructive.
I think the best way to describe this music is by simply calling it "noise rock", as they remind me of bands like Unsane, Vandal X and Today Is The Day. Of course, punk and sludge metal have been massively influential for this Norwegian duo, just listen to blasting tunes like 'Final Form' and 'Mathlete' (or anything else on this album for that matter), but the whole thing comes with such intensity and grittiness that it becomes irresistible for noise rock fans.
I don't think there's much left to say about this album, except maybe that it might need some time to grow on you. Rome wasn't built in a day and your eardrums won't be destroyed in one listen either. I'd certainly suggest giving it a try.