As a certified eccentric who listens to Celia Cruz, Roy Orbison, Opera, Ricardo Arjona, and Cannibal Corpse, I tend to gravitate to whatever I feel embodies a certain feeling or mood I am after.
This one I can appreciate as its mostly slow, crushing rythems have an apocolyptic feel to it, and at times it evokes insanely rich, vivid gore scenes and head-banging, fist pumping evil.
The best tune is "The Edge of the Hatchet" and "Ghosts of the Undead," "Thou Shalt Kill," "Zombie Exectutioner," and "Doomsday" are all top-notch as well. Really, 9 of the 10 tunes are great (didn't care for track 7 for some reason).
Definitly a heavy album, not as blisteringly speedy as cannibal corpse, not as technical as Death and Morbid Angel-- musically it is similar to Obituary, and the vocals are terrifc-- deep, pissed and unmistakenable.