Yeah, after Morbid Angel’s “Altars Of Madness” they decide to create chaos in a more laid back fashion – slower yet heavier but just as deadly and gloomy. This CD has better sound quality than their debut and a more doom death feel to it along with being a lot gloomier. Yet they still retain their typical Morbid Angel chaos with typical blast beats without using them, and displaying the wicked guitar skills of Trey, and the deeper and more growly vocals from David – the vocals are more deeper and more demonic compared to the more “possessed” sound in Altars. This is probably my favorite album by these guys. If you’re into Morbid Angel, this is a must have following their debut.