This is a different kind of noise. We begin with these delicately plucked acoustic strings which quickly change into a frenzy of distortion. This sets the pace for the entire CD filled with both beauty and chaos at the same time.
In a far off, distant sort of way this could almost have tones of Murder by Death or Mumford & Sons but that might also be stretching it a bit too far. While there is some singing, I do consider this to be a mostly instrumental album at that.
Not only is this louder than a lot of noise music, it’s also got a lot more guitar work it would seem. I definitely like it and feel if nothing else it is unique and should have that going for it.