“Centring Through Location,” an interesting distorted masterpiece that carries itself through. Slowly building into a crescendo that wreaks havoc with the listener’s eardrums. “Bloodborn,” starts cleanly, lulling the listener into a false sense of safety, before slowly building into a chaotic mess of riffs and soaring vocals. “Sky Will Fall,” a jazzy improv piece that takes storm and centre stage around an impressive bass riff.
“Floyds Machine,” a rocker backed by a solid grooving riff. “Color The Sun,” slow moving, filled with fascinating little interludes and divergences.
The album is out on 2nd November via Sliptrick Records.