The the thing that stands out on this album is again about the songs sounding different. It keeps everything interesting, this is a genre that easily gets stale. Yet while songs like Limbless take a slower, more straightforward approach the song Dirt changes everything up and contains elements of metalcore, post hardcore, punk, and the kitchen sink.
I can't comment on live performances yet because I've yet to see them but sure hope to at some point if they come around the North East. This album is available on Bandcamp for the usual name your own price, but can be fully streamed on the site. It's worth more than one listen, this band is going to end up a household staple in the post-hardcore scene if they keep going the way they've been going.