I am damned impressed with how Afsind can take some of the worst horrors of humanity—murder, rape, torture—and address them in a way that faces them head on, names and screams their evil, yet also turns their ugliness into powerful metal that bends toward beauty. Their music gives me hope for a light to come out of all this darkness we have heaped upon ourselves.
I can not really pin it but I like the flow of this album, the riffs and the versatility. It changes intensity nearly as often as the vocal style and every few minutes you tend to put it in another category of metal. So: no drawers. Just this homogeneous flow through many different styles in metal.