This Quebec group goes for the throat, relentlessly, here on their second disc. Key word is relentless: this is super-produced, groove-laden, thrash with a hint of death and tons of double-bass-driven FEAR FACTORY influence. The monotony of the vocals and the no-fun riff assault is pretty tiring, even if the occasional excellently placed solo helps lifts things up near an opening-for-NEURAXIS kinda vibe. Taking individually, songs like 'The Bonesaw' are great: slow, sludgey death metal that sounds like something OBITUARY would toss off. It's just that together, a whole album worth of this intensity needs some dimension or a bit more personality to keep things interesting. Probably great live, I'd say a great EP band, and I'd also say I'm convinced they can put out an awesome full-length, if they loosened up their production sound a bit (“super-produced” isn't always a good thing) and mixed things up a bit more, or at least made it so the listener felt like something other than pure hate was being spat at them for the duration of the album.