After a purposefully poignant bleepy computerized intro full of shimmering scales and trancey synths, "Full Cycle" drops into a filthy tear out monster with superb production skills on display - tight, punchy drums, industrial almost Noisia-esque SFX and buckets of energy. "Disorder" takes over with a post-apocalyptic intro, rather reminiscent of "Desert Orgy", swiftly falling into a neuro-infused banger with tense, pelting beats and syncopated rhythms. Grating, metallic textures add to the sense of impending doom. One for the tech heads, no question.
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