There's a lot of little weird and brief moments like beginning of W.Whitman which sounds much like something The Chariot or The Ghost Of A Thousand would pull off, a hardcore riff with a rock and roll feel. Or the weirdest moment which is ending of the song Edgar Allan Poet where the vocalist Eugene is screaming over acoustic classical guitar work. There's so many throwaway chords, false starts, and discordant guitar riffs throughout, and yet despite all that there's an underlying melody and harmony of everything just working together and building off each other. Nothing feels out of place or underutilized either, the bass punches, the guitars push everything forward, the drumming ties everything together.
Despite it's short length Intro to Advanced Poetry packs a ton of interesting ideas. This album holds very little back if anything and throws in everything but the kitchen sink. It never quite veers off into anything I would call experimental but it finds a nice warm place and builds a home with it's chaotic noise. It's definitely a nice place for anyone interested in this type of music (admittedly an acquired taste) to stay even if the stay is brief.