The album opens with the song 'Infighting', which immediately reminds me of bands like Pantera and Machine Head. After a while other bands come to mind to, including Deftones but also flashes of nineties hardcore.
What Worselder delivers is pure power. Heavy riffs, intense drums, strong vocals and quite often a modern progressive metal twist. Not only does this prove that these guys have been around in the metal scene. It also showcases excellent technical skills and their talent. From the nineties sound of the aforementioned bands to today's metalcore scene, this quintet has heard it all and made it their own.
For me personally, the highlight on this album is 'Seeds Of Rebellion', a firm and blasting metal song that thrives on immersive riff and comes with plenty of variation. But I'm sure every self respecting metalhead will find something he likes on this album, except maybe the ultimate extremes. I'm also quite fond of the little experimental escapades here and there. They make the album exciting and surprising.
So yeah, this one comes recommended to all you metalheads. Even if you're into so called power metal you can easily appreciate this. Still, most of all, this is party music, an assault on your eardrums and on the muscles in your neck. In the end, obviously, it's all worth it.