By first listen, you'll think that this is a replica of The Acacia Strain's "The Dead Walk". Why I say this? Well, the guitars are downtuned to a really low note, the riffs and breakdown sound similar, guess like you could write Emmure as a ripoff band. But wait, there are elements that make this band distinctable as well. First, the vocal range is very diverse. Sometimes you'll hear a semi-guttural just like The Acacia Strain, then you'll hear vocals that will easily remind you of Sinai Beach. Also, the song titles have a somewhat original twist, especially my favorite track, "When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong" (Chappelle's Show anybody?).
Overall, this is no way original, but it is an enjoyable record, and compared to most of the tripe Victory is spewing out today, this will surprise the listener.