Eight of the ten tracks are faultless. If pushed for a highlight I'd single out penultimate track "Beat Me Maestro, Eight To The Dead!" which despite the somewhat bizarre title oozes quality, combining groove and intricacy perfectly. Reverting to general observations, the vocalist's extreme work is suitably vicious and thankfully he keeps the clean sections to a minimum, and they have a drummer who clearly thinks and knows how to keep things interesting. There are the trademark breakdowns and choppy, twiddly, guitar parts of course - but there's something different about these fellas. Many metalcore releases bore me senseless within a couple of tracks, whereas this most definitely didn't.
On the down side two tracks don't quite work for me. "What About A Terror Ride?" is slightly over-complicated and angular, and sounds clunky rather than flowing, and the same comments can be levelled at closing track "Doctor Skeleton" too.