Death metal. New (better!) growly vocalist. Standard double-kick drums. Thankfully, fewer chugga-sucky breakdowns than their previous album. Plenty of original guitar riffs in what is, ultimately, a barely-above-pedestrian death metal release… at least nowadays.
That doesn’t mean it sucks. Quite to the contrary, it’s fucking brutal. It’s different from Bloodlust in a variety of ways; some are good, others aren’t. Therefore, I’m judging this release as “par for the course” for these guys, and granting it the same rating as their 2005 release.