Kylesa is a band with a solid range of underground influnces that really make their approach come out in their style (sounds odd, but I think that it makes sense). This album seems to take a punk rock approach to dirty crunch rock…on the surface or via word of mouth- but there is a wide range of music in this record. They seem to be what punk is thought to be, or what hardcore may have been, but they are more like the Suicide of our day. Different. Underground. Their last one hit at some of this variation. ‘Bottom line’ had something of an old school hardcore vibe, with a nice lead at the end; it showed a nice mix in influence. Time Will Fuse its Worth takes Kylesa to their next step with great tone, and a wall of sound behind it. I think people mistake their sound for tempo, but still to be applied are some of their labels. Fans of drone music may agree that this album sounds sludgy, but it is really very groovy. Their tone is rock solid as are the vocals, the lyrics. They are progressing to a sound that has no pinnacle. They can go on as long as they would like and this album contains the heavy, dirty sound that makes music enthralling. Time Will Fuse its Worth has riffs; thick, huge riffs. Real riffs are the saving grace of heavy music. The songs flow so well and are so enjoyable for their elements, that one will seek the bands that Kylesa’s members call inspirations to dig some more good tunes. It contains that much.