Released in 1993, this groundbreaking release was really ahead of its time. Despite the fact that Atheist was nearly always considered as a death metal band, you can still hear influences all over from latin rhythms to jazz and back to metal again.
There are no weak songs on the album and the musicianship is topnotch. The bassist Tony Choy really shines with his jazz influenced playing and the drumming manages to stay tight through the whole album.
This album is very technical and progressive and certainly would appeal to fans of technical metal like Cynic, Spiral Architect and Death.