The record is quite interesting, and denotes a dedication to a specific conjuncture of harmonies, with a very peculiar style. Despite rapid and more aggressive passages – some of them quite enthusiastic –, the overall tone of the album is diluted from a magnificent and hyperbolic serenity, transmitted to the listener by a marvelous and exceptional feeling of antagonistic vicissitude, sustained by a coherent correlation of proverbial sound dynamics. The constant sonorous uniformity, though, gives to the album a more modest configuration, but generally, a formidable sense of creativity prevails all the way through.
With delirious aspirations, a peculiar sense of beauty and a very intense approach to its singular and effective style, Frank Einstein is a concise, but overwhelmingly surprising album. With its impressionistic prerogative, derived from a more enigmatic and introspective dissolution of sounds, the album manages to be a minor work of art, that really surpasses its own expectations, in the incommensurable spiral of sentimental melodies that adorns the shapes of its anatomical musicality.
If you really appreciate a profusely guitar derived ambient album, filled with the itinerant stream of extremely dense preexistent thoughts, interchanged with the abysmal beauty of very unsolicited and pervasive dreams, Frank Einstein, by Man Against Mankind is a pretentious, but very vivacious favorite.