From Halo Of Flies, US
"...a meditation on late 90’s crust mixed with some Magic Bullet-esque powerviolence/emoviolence; equal parts City of Caterpillar, His Hero is Gone, Circle Takes the Square, and Nausea with a cello that is a little more prevalent than their previous release, A Hunger Rarely Sated.
With this second album, there’s a little more darkened atmosphere throughout that slightly ups the ante a little bit. The production is a little more thick, a little heavy on the bass aspect of the sound but in a clearer sort of way. The songs feel a little more organic; a little less drenched in distortion but still retaining a depth that helps create a moodier release all around." - Teeth Of The Divine