The album soon settles down, as thrashing guitars and noisy vocals give way to nifty grunge/NU metal with a hint of pop instrumentals plus melancholic and philosophical lyrics. Prime examples being ‘Simple Fact’ and ‘Hanging Around’, the latter number capturing feelings of rejection and longing:
‘What you can’t know now,
Is how I feel to know that you are going, that you are going.’
There is more than a hint of Queens Of The Stone Age in ‘Face I Know’, as the pace picks up again with thundering guitar riffs and angry vocals. This song adds to the variety of the album and gives it some energy, thus ensuring that whatever mood you are in be it a jump around the room energetic one or a morbidly philosophical one; there is something for you on this intriguing debut offering.