While harsh noise is fun at times it often times can mask creativity and be a bit grating over an entire EP or album. Thankfully the band has toned down that aspect while pushing themselves forward creatively and technically. There's moments when the guitar riffs really shine and even moments for the bass to be on full display. The vocal work as always continues to be a high point and Tymchyk's control is demonstrated expertly here as he slips in and out of guttural screams and clean vocals. There's moments for him to really explore his range and it works.
This band really needs more recognition for doing what they're doing and the work they've put in. The Nietzsche continue to push themselves further and further with every EP. Yet again my only issue is that I'm left wanting more. At this point we've gotten three EPs but I would really like to see what they can do with the breathing room of a full length. Hopefully in the future we'll get something but for now I'll take what I can get, Finals. doesn't feel like settling, more like a sampling of what's to come.