Out of all the CA releases, I think this one is the most creative, hands-down. Time signature changes all over the place but it's not so much in the vein of more technical death/grindcore acts (Archspire, Napalm Death, et al). There are blast beats on here, but in moderation.
I've never seen this band live, they must tear it up because on their records they're so exact. It would be quite the experience. I'll make it a goal to see them before they retire, which is (I hope) a long while from now. To play death rot metal effectively, as they do, you have to have a certain "feel" or "vibe" that you're experiencing. That's the gist of what I get when I hear CA albums, especially this new one. It's experimental, totally.
Purchase this album because you can't get it on Spotify, only 4 albums on there. Get ready for some hardcore death rot metal! It's worth getting the CD so many songs to admire, I've left 3 songs to hear to give you an idea of what the whole album is like. I think these are some of the best songs, too.
Become The Pain
It Takes Form
Reviewed By Death8699 (firstname.lastname@example.org).