Erik M. : This Polish steamroller doesn’t need much time to roll. The groovy pace on ‘Spleen’ is set after a short intro by ‘Hatred’. Groove seems to be the main ingredient on this varied release. On ‘Dead Shell Of A Human Existence’ and ‘Burn From Within’, the five-piece gets more melancholic, but provides above all variety on all seven tracks. The cd clocks about 32 minutes. This seems a bit short, but to be honest, nothing is missing when the last roar fades. The reply value of this one helps absolutely. The variety is amplified by the changing mood on every song, where influences from Entombed and Ozzy seem to occur. Vocally Philip Anselmo probably would be the overall common factor when in comes to influences, but with a stern face of its own. Cool release!