The band hits you hard from the get go with the song Incomplete Forget featuring down tuned guitars, panic chords, and heavy blast beats all the staples of the mathcore genre. The band also incorporates guitar tapping, sliding scales, and growls that would be at home on any solid deathcore album. It's a nice blend of styles and genres that never feels stale. The album hits like a freight train off the rails. If hell had a soundtrack it would be this and i would sin constantly just so I could hear it when I die.
Also worthy of mention are the guest features on the album. Carson from The Callous Daoboys brings his unique vocals to the track Relinquished. Sean Richmond of Arsonists Get All The Girls brings a nice flair to the song Libor Null. It's impressive for a release like this to have features that strong. They also are integrated well and feel as a natural part of the songs.
Entry: Dispersal is an excellent first entry from a band looking to jump into a fairly crowded but diverse genre. While there's nothing that really sets them apart Sleepsculptor have definitely shown they have what it takes to stand out. With this album they carve their own sound and place within the music scene and even though they walk in the footsteps of giants like The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza, Glass Cloud, and iwrestledabearonce, there's enough substance for them to make a name for themselves. It'll be interesting to see where they go from here but Entry: Dispersal is a great way to introduce themselves to the world.