Mentallo & the Fixer are no more. Brothers Gary and Dwayne Dassing went separate ways last year, and "Love Is the Law" appears to be some kind of epitaph of the band. While still carrying the complete band name, this record doesn't involve Dwayne at all, being the sole effort of Gary. He will continue recording in the future under the name Mentallo but decided, for whatever reason (sales?) to keep the fixer in the title for this work.
"Love Is the Law" swirls violently between harsh body music and transcendent electronics. I'd imagine Gary hesitating about his future musical direction on this album, with one foot in the more aggressive past of his band and the other in some ambient and less tangible future.
I think it might turn into something good in time. For now, Gary's work is fumbling about uncertainly, turning over some interesting stones but never really stopping to look under them. No track really makes a mark in this unwholesome wholeness, but promise is hiding in there. Listening to the tracks with vocals - which are also the ones most reminiscent of older Mentallo & the Fixer material - I get the feeling Gary is a bit tired of the whole distorted, angry body music business.
So get over it. Move on.