Featuring Dino Cazares from Fear Factory, who used to not suck. Comparisons are unavoidable.
Some of the song constructs are reminiscent of earlier Fear Factory material, but that’s to be expected since Cazares founded and wrote music and lyrics for both bands. Divine Heresy are rooted more in traditional death metal than the industrialized version made popular by Fear Factory in the 90s. Some of the songs feature metalcore breaks you wouldn’t be surprised to find on a 36 Crazyfists or earlier Killswitch Engage album.
And the drums are sick. I’m not necessarily talking Raymond Herrera sick, but pretty fucking bad-ass.