As heavy as this album is overall, everything still has an upbeat feel. It feels like this is something you'd play at a house party. It's extremely hard to keep still while listening, just watch as your head starts nodding or foot starts tapping. There's also a lot of experimenting on this album. Particularly evident in the song Moor which starts out with an off key piano piece, while Keith Buckley pushes out haunting vocals, opening up into a emotional outburst. It's interesting and sounds awesome once you get past the weirdness of it.
Every Time I Die is one of those bands that you really just need to dive into. What you get on the surface is not all they have to offer. There's beauty in the chaos if you're willing to actually try. After 7 albums and 13 years ETID shows no signs of letting up or stopping. This album is everything you've come to expect from the band and more.