There has never been a pairing more suited to hail in an impending apocalypse than State of Mind and Black Sun Empire. Heavier, more oppressive and more industrial than a storm cloud canopy filled with nails, "Until the World Ends" is a suitable starting shot. "Bad" picks up the pace with a submersive neurofunk out of body experience, and "Ego" carries on the scene with frantic synth hammering with a beat that almost spins out of control. "Jack Nicholson" (great title) features an iconic line from a Nicholson cult fave Five Easy Pieces, and finally "Moonbox" takes things to the dancefloor for a final, debaucherous fling. It must be pretty exhausting being this intense all the time.