This album is very raw in comparison to all the other Kyuss albums. This is also the one that has the most Sabbath tinge to it. The production is a bit lacking but that feeds the energy that this one unleashes on the listeners ears. Has some good groovin smoke out jams and some driving fuzzed out punk songs. Where as the other albums will make you want to zone out with a couple buddies and a six pack this one will demand you to bang your head thrash. Personally, I think this is the best Kyuss next to Sun Valley.