There really aren't too many leads on this album, the focal points were the music and changing things up starting out immense torture then leaving you thinking "hmmm, what was their reason why they let up on that intensity." I think that they mainly show this because they can prove themselves to be not only a death metal band, but a band that can do more than just annihilate your eardrums. Sound quality was superb and production equally as good.
When I first heard this a while ago, it didn't strike me as something that I wanted to touch on. But now listening to it, especially hearing the ending song got me thinking. My reason said "a definite boon to my collection."
This album is a couple years old now, but it still hits hard and home to death metal fans open to diversity.