The opener “Killing Game” is a potent, mid-tempo pit-stomper with a recurring guitar lead that bores into yer noggin and refuses to leave. The remaining two tunes keep the tempos reined in, with the delivery seething and deceptively direct. Pay attention and you’ll find the instrumentation a bit more layered than apparent at first blush. The previous couple of releases I’ve come across were hellafied good and this easily holds its own against ‘em. Hell, I’d venture that it’s even better. Kudos to ‘em.