Kinda surprised no ones reviewed this album yet. Well I guess I will. Upon first listen I suspected a little difference in the musical direction but as I listen more an more it stays on the same path a bit. I picked up that the band seem to be playing around with melodies a bit more than the previous album and the songs seem to be structured a little better, they sound more like songs than ideas or movements now. One track (A Horse Called Golgotha) stood out the most and is by far the best song on the album imo. With that said the rest of the songs are strong and have their moments. You can really hear how this band has matured and I look forward to the next release whatever colour it may be.