Amazing that one guy can stifle almost all instruments and totally all vocal outputs. The guitars sound as though they're tuned down pretty low, which fits the vocals well. There were bar chords galore that were efficient and well put together. It was a combination of that and some tremolo picked frenzies that simply crushed. The quality of the guest solos by Lasse Pyykko were also of high caliber. In any event, Humanity Delete really knows how to construct death/grind to the core. There was literally nothing that bored me about the album. It reminded me a lot of Napalm Death's "Harmony Corruption" in many different ways. The thickness in the guitar work and vocals that were low grunt.
An actual release of 2012 that is worth checking out if your gig is death/grind. The music is what's most noteworthy and catchy. All of the riffs seem as though they're pretty original. The years active date back to 2003, which is weird that it would take almost 10 years to release a full-length album. But Rogga is featured in several bands, so I'm guessing that's why it took so long to construct material for a kick ass album. The music to me had a lot of energy put forth. Lyrical topics were of an odd semblance which included Black Magic in Indonesia. But I guess I could conclude that they fit the music well.
The forte here was not only the music, but the production quality also. The crunch distortion owned, the low throat well ousted the music, the drum efforts were well calibrated, guest solos fit the rhythm guitar well and the drum outputs were quality. Again only about 30 minutes in length of an album, but something to think of and say "hey, 2012 featured mostly low caliber metal, but this one really packed a punch." That was what I thought of it at least. A lot of well known bands put out some real scummy releases whereas this guy seemed to say no to that and wanted something that would be memorable for listeners.
If you're looking for precision in metal, "Never Ending Nightmares" hits home, and that with vigor. Precise mixing, well constructed guitar riffs/solos, vocals that grunt to the core and production quality top notch. Some echo with the voice, a little reverb in the drum department and simple precision in all aspects of the album. Don't leave this release out of your metal collection! It simply slays in all respects! A band that is just really high caliber and a frontman that knows the ropes and how to simply crush on top notch death/grind. Pick this up ASAP and you won't regret it!