A little more than fifty minutes long, the album has five very extensive tracks: 1) Elders Of Azah; 2) Power 9; 3) Blaine The Pain; 4) D.A.S.; 5) Sonic Sloth; with a diligent and marvelously dilapidated sonorous atmosphere that showcases the arduous instrumental possibilities fearlessly explored by the band, the group’s style seems to dilute its consistent and energetic horizon of harmonies in the sensible vortex of its own volatile magnificence, revolving around the darkest contingence of its own abrasive and pervasive calmness.
Like most bands of the genre, one of Sonic Sloths’ biggest triumphs are the viciously dense, penetrable, cohesive and sometimes perfunctory guitar lines, that conceives an arduous sound that definitely resonates throughout the limitless virtues of its profoundly introspective and dispersive artistic nature. With a sound that seems to be describing an entirely new and different colorful universe of personal diligence, the style of Sonic Sloth is a marvelous and brave exposition of creative authenticity and inherent audacity, greatly conceived as the apex of a genuine sensibility, that really knows how to correctly pursue and achieve its fundamental artistic goals.
With an extraordinary grace that unveils the marvelous and dissonant nature of their music, Sonic Sloth enters the underground scene in great style. Displaying a formidable level of sensibility – easily perceptible by the discreetly delicate and accessible diagram by which their music is conceived –, that irradiates in each molecule of its creative components a salutary and proficient tribute to serenity itself, the sound of Sonic Sloth gradually, but efficiently consolidates the most abrasive, hostile and stagnant, yet profoundly peaceful in its spiritual essence, elements of the genre as its new fundamental virtues, converting a generally brutal and acid style into something more tranquil, despondent and introspective, without ever distorting the genre, not even for a second.