Two of my favorite vocalists, covering another of my favorite vocalist. This is beyond epic. And it's not a carbon copy of the original either...
LS was ahead of the curve. Both the previous album and this were indicative of what metal would evolve into. Meshuggah was around, but hadn't broken through yet. LS kind of bridged the gap between Meshuggah and Fear Factory, with pounding percussive riffs and technical drumming, and loads of groove.
(Progressive Blackened Death Metal)
Extol is one of the most unique bands out there. There aren't many that sound like them. Kind of like Gojira, or Pantera, not in tone, but in how they can't be copied well.
(Melodic Skate Punk)
What a banger. Starts fast and heavy right off and doesn't let up for a second.