I'm a huge music nerd with a collection of over 80GB, and this is some of the very best if not the best music I've ever heard. It's an all too rare blend of industrial experimentalism and accessibility. That is, it's highly experimental but not too demanding of the listener, because it includes great rhythms and highly memorable choruses which are catchy and engaging enough even for radio play. This music is highly emotional and cinematic with complex, lovingly crafted rhythms and detailed atmospheric soundscapes. The best tracks: Union and Hope (amazing!) The Peaceful Swear Union and Hope is a very beautiful track with a great brass hook. Swear is a very sonically inspired but driven track with another great brass hook. The Peaceful has a fantastic chorus. Other tracks: Macbeth is an enjoyable bit of experimentation that relies on a sample of what sounds like a children's or female choir counting in German. The entire track is this sample cut up and blended with industrial beats. Inc. is probably the worst track on the album. It's not bad, but it's not my thing. It's just strange, eerie alien sounds and a slowly developing industrial rhythm. The intro serves its purpose well but it's not really something to listen to by itself. Higher is quite nice and anthemic but not a favourite. It's probably the simplest and most straightfoward song on the album and is a fairly sad and slightly creepy thing that mainly repeats an average vocal line. Into Sugar isn't as good as the other English reviewer on here makes out. It's still a great track, but not as good as the others that I've pointed out. Anyway, I can't wait until Enemies of Enormity release something else.