“Alone,” kicks things off with a ripper. A song that turns through the gamut and hits the whirlwind at full pelt, it slows down for nothing and entices all to join within it.
“Afterthought,” rummages into the twine of time, slinking through the porcupine and hinting at something relaxing and damaging at turns.
“No Limit,” falls the fallow ground, and hints at destruction. It then turns things up and hits the ground running.
“Gradual Destruction,” nods and winks through, slowly slinking through the turntables of time.
The album is out on 14th May.