Starting right off with Gift Of Death, which was also the first video released for this album, you clearly hear this is not going to be a soft album. The song features heavy blast beats, technical guitar work, multiple breakdowns, and Courtney LaPlante at her dirtiest. Yet the album never grows tiresome with how oppressive in sound it can be. Just when I found myself wishing that I heard more of her clean vocals the album transitioned into the song Doomed To Fail Pt2 which is a slower, grungier song, with amazing atmospheric electronic work, and Courtney at her best with the clean vocals demonstrating the range she has. The album goes right from that song into Killed To Death which is easily the heaviest on the album, it's just a relentless song that never let's yup and can sound like a clusterfuck of sounds but at the same time works so well.
If I have one criticism of the album it's that it lacks some of the randomness and fun of previous albums, IWABO were always known for their random transitions from brutal metalcore into surf rock or disco, and it's lacking on this album. However I really never found myself missing it on this album it could have been the sprinkles on an already close to perfect cake but it's not lacking because of it.
This band has a lot going for it. There's no other band that can match their experimentation and yet still come off like they're not just trying to random or edgy. Courtney LaPlante's voice gives me chills with how low she can go and yet still manage to have amazing clean vocals. IWABO are still a very hard band to get into and this album doesn't change that, if anything this is their least accessible album but there's nothing wrong with that at all, it just means it's not for everyone. If you like heavy music, mathcore, metalcore, deathcore, with a dash of experimentation and fun then this is right up your alley.