Review: They say that the devil has got all the best tunes, but based on his latest release, Boris Brejcha could give him a serious run for his money. The title track is a pulsating, 303-led groove that ebbs and flows in intensity over the course of nearly ten minutes and gradually reaches a ravey climax. The German producer opts for what seems to begin with for a more stripped back sound on "The Darkest Night". However, it also increases in intensity thanks to a powerful bass, massive break downs and a ponderous vocal sample that intones its title. Last but by no means least is "In The Middle of Nowhere", which resounds to a malevolent bass and more menacing vocal tones.