Their first EP was not without its charms and this latest release sees them expand on their earlier efforts.
The sound has improved this time around with the songs sounding fuller and more polished. The band are clearly becoming more comfortable with their style and are even more confident in their approach these days.
The music continues to be a cross of bands like Dimmu Borgir and Neurotech. This means we get a good combination of dance-floor beats and faster, more aggressive sounds as the band uses both methods of attack to get their story across.
The vocals are sharp, high-pitched screeches that lash out at the listener like wires in a storm. These have improved on the previous EP and sound really good.
Keyboards and effects lurk just behind the central music and provide highlights and accompaniment to the Blackened tunes.
This is a band that continues to develop nicely and this EP should see them winning over a slew of new fans.
Have a listen and see what you think.