Perhaps you could compare the music on this ep with the guitars of Rammstein with the vocals of Combichrist and the experimental nature of Nine Inch Nails. So yes, we're definitely talking industrial metal here, but there's also this modern post-metal or post-hardcore edge, mainly perhaps in the sheer intensity coming off these songs. The single 'Tongue' and follower 'Cut Your Wings' could certainly be enjoyed by industrial heads and post metal adepts alike. Hell, even death metal fans might find something they like here.
'Unbegun' has a little nu-metal feel to it, well, most of the songs do. But before you go think 'oh, this is Linkin Park or Limp Bizkit crap', think again. Yes, there are electronics and yes this sounds very present-day but I'm sure that Projekt F can smash both of them right off stage anytime. This is a lot more dynamic and energetic than most nu-metal things, hence of course the industrial-tag.
Another band I think of, is Clawfinger, especially in the uptempo songs. Yet, again, this is way heavier than Clawfinger, or any of their colleagues for that matter. 'Fat Man' is Korn meets Pitch Shifter, which obviously means 'awesome'. I guess you should have a decent image of what this ep sounds like, and I will give one last tip before I urge you to buy this stuff. Projekt F is the heavy brother of Nine Inch Nails. There, that should do...