The title suggests that Takemaga is engaged in an evil enterprise, but nothing could be further from the truth. This three-tracker is evocative and atmospheric, with the Japanese producer focusing on introspective sound design instead of a forceful agenda. "Modern Fake" is the most dance floor friendly, its woozy chords weaving their way around dubby chords, building and then ebbing again. "Hell Distortion" is far less visceral than its name, and it sees Takemaga create a veil of atmospheric textures to the sound of crisp break beats. However, the highlight is "Elashe", where the dubby Basic Channel chords build over a lithe rhythm. It's a serene end to one of the most understated techno releases of recent months.