MuDvAyNe’s sophomore album is as good, if not better than their first release, “L.D. 50″. Starting from the first track, “Silenced”, Chüd, Rü-D, Spüg, and Güüg deliver high-energy offerings. Here’s a track-by-track breakdown:1. “Silenced” This is one of the best songs on the CD, and delivers a clear message on censorship that, in concert, sees hundreds of fans waving their middle fingers in the air, too.2. “Trapped in the Wake of a Dream” Slower than “Silenced”, this song attacks with fierce guitar riffs and dark, melodic lyrics.3. “Not Falling” My favorite song on this album, “Not Falling” is also the album’s first single. Debuting MuDvAyNe’s new ‘alien’ look, this song also debuts their new sound, with an anthem that keeps rocking after it’s over.4. “(Per)Version of a Truth” This track, while slower than the previous ones, further show’s just how varied Chüd’s vocals can be. One minute he’s singing a high, melodic chorus, and the next he’s screaming. Fortunately, it fits together perfectly, and the chorus gets stuck in your head like peanut butter to your mouth.5. “Mercy Severity” Another hard-hitting introduction leads into one of the album’s better songs. “I can take you if you leave it all behind…”6. “World So Cold” This song, in my opinion, is the best song MuDvAyNe has ever composed. The introduction literally gives me chills down my spine every time I hear it, and the faster rapping is another showcase of just how talented this band is.7. “The Patient Mental” Although it’s hard to follow “World So Cold” on any album, “The Patient Mental” manages to do just that in its own fashion.8. “Skrying” Reminiscent of “L.D. 50″, this track has a hook like a boxer, and won’t let go until it’s infected your mind, causing you to sing along helplessly. Be careful with it.9. “Solve et Coagula” Probably the album’s weak link, “Solve et Coagula” isn’t a bad song per se, but rather it’s not great when compared to the album’s other offerings.10. “Shadow of a Man” Along with “World So Cold”, this song shines as one of the album’s best. “Do you reflect me or do I reflect you? Are you inside of another world? I wanna break through…”11. “12:97:24:09″ Silence.12. “The End of All Things to Come” As a title track should do, “The End of All Things to Come” blends the styles found on the album into an amagalm of fast, addictive music.13. “A Key To Nothing” A good way to sum up the album, “A Key to Nothing” is the icing on the cake for one of the best albums I’ve listened to in a long time.