Fans of metal on the thrash/death metal boundary could well take to this independent release. After a menacing, brooding, intro the album goes for the throat from the word go, and doesn't really let up throughout. The title track is the first highlight with its Slayer inspired opening, although in my opinion they save the best for last.
"Out For Blood" is an epic and an asbolute cracker of a track; it's expansive, the slower sections carry the prerequisite degree of menace, whilst the faster sections hit the mark. More importantly perhaps, it also exhibits a clearer sense of identity. Apart from the slightly weak backing vocals, this is the direction I'd urge the band to investigate further. Overall if Slayer and mid-era Death sounds promising, then you'll no doubt enjoy this.