Andy LaPlegua continues on his beaten path on this album too, with his aggro-tech style, purely aimed at the heaviest dance floors. It works here as well, and I think Andy is very good at what he does. It all gets a bit samey after a while though, and there's no room to breathe. It might not be meant for home listening, but still. And the detuned lead madness has to stop!
To top it all off, the version I reviewed came with a bonus disc of more technoish instrumental and experimental material. Of these tracks, the standout is "Tranquilized", another dancey tune, but the album closer "Gore Baby, Gore" is quite interesting too, with its 16 minutes of ambient techno. Very nice.
It's pretty hard to separate this album from his last effort, even though I've listened to it quite a lot. It's more of the same, perhaps with even more basslines. But hey, I like it. With tracks like "All Pain Is Gone" and "Sent to Destroy", every dance floor near you will be obliterated.