The fourth and final track, heavily influenced by Nine Inch Nails, is hands down the finest piece of this strange puzzle, as it boasts the sort of character that previous tracks sorely miss. Interestingly, it was the last track on the previous album, titled 'Sunday's Last Cigarette', that also emerged as my personal favorite. It feels thoughtfully constructed and stands out as a more poignant composition than the rest, while maintaining that grungy industrial identity.There is potential here, but as a whole it feels unpolished. It's diverse, but inconsistent. A sense of heaviness looms from start to finish and it lacks enough depth to hold interest past the first several listens. Having said that, I for one am curious to see how this band's sound evolves as they continue to experiment.
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