You can actually hear that in the first two songs. While 'Iron Cold' is a fierce piece of blackened death metal, 'The Question' takes on a more melodic approach. From there on, the album continues to alternate both version, becoming quite a varied album. 'A Fire Burns', for instance, smashes in vintage death metal tradition with complex riffs and a vast array of hammering drums. Above all that noise, a brutal voice screams and barks.
Although from a high technical level, Sektor make it sound so easy to play these songs. In 'The Takeover', they switch tempo and riffs as it's a child's game. Of course, not every single sound is played with these massive technical abilities, even I could play some of these riffs, but still there seems to be a lot of talent and/or experience. 'Social Predator' shows a highly energetic drummer who puts blast-beats over slow passages, which is simply awesome.
Yet, there's still this old school black metal feeling shining through, along with some elements from thrash metal and a hint of metalcore. Blending all these genres together into one, distinct, sound isn't easy but somehow Sektor pulled it off and wrote a massive and varied album. I mean, just listen to the sheer brutality of 'The Rage' and you'll be convinced of their capabilities.