These songs have some decent riffs, with some quite memorable parts to them too. I also enjoy some of the more atypical guitar parts where the band consciously seem to be making an effort to try something a bit different.
The music is quite involved and atmospheric, coming across as well-thought out and the kind of thing you would normally hear from an instrumental band, rather than one which does have a vocalist like Starchitect do.
Speaking of vocals; the singer uses harsh shouts to get his point across and his voice does the job nicely, fitting into the typical Post-Metal framework. His voice is used quite sparingly, increasing my impression of them as an instrumental band, (which they aren’t, of course).
Effectively building up a tapestry of overlapping guitar-based sounds and melodies set to a thumping beat and with the odd coarse-vocal, Starchitect have produced an enjoyable 58 minutes of music.
A recommended listen.