This relentless blast of math-metal is, thankfully, only seven-and-a-half minutes long. Much more than that, and the room might start to close in. Ex-Coalesce vocalist Sean Ingram provides further chromatic density than is necessary on these three untitled tracks; without voice, they're still alarmingly powerful and mercilessly complex. For some reason, "002" injects a blast of acoustic prettiness (a la "Fluff") into the proceedings, but when bracketed by the heaviness of, er, "001" and "003," it's a welcome respite from the animosity.
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