There are 4 members on this release, all doing a great job putting out riffs that are catchy, but brutal. That blues vibe is felt in the lead guitar and the licks are also sort of groove-laden. A lot of pinch harmonics in the riffs and muted guitar crunch-tone.
I think this band has a lot of energy, but they still know how to be brutal. The songwriting structure is quite straightforward and heavy, the vocals never change and the leads are somewhat technical (from a guitarist's point of view). Every song sort of tells a story. I'm not sure if that's what they wanted it to be like but that's what it sure as heck seems like. But their concepts consist of murders, death, gore, violence and of criminals. No surprise there with a name for a band like theirs. My guess is, stay away from reading the lyrics.
Some songs to check out are "The Frail Illusion of Osteology", "Cold Icy Hands" and "Toy Box Torture Chamber." Definitely check out this band and this album that was released in 2016. You can download it on Spotify or pick up a physical copy if you want to continue to support heavy metal music. Great album!
Reviewed By Death8699 (firstname.lastname@example.org).