This album is, without a doubt, the most jaw-droppingly molten slab of prog-rock since Don Cab's equally otherworldly What Burns Never Returns.
A friend of mine introduced me to this by wordlessly dropping a tape (yes, a tape, they did exist) into a player, grinning and walking away. The cheesy synth intro of D. elkan issued forth, leaving me to think ennhhh... and continue working until Biblical Violence reached out of the speakers and said "Hello" like a brick. Needless to say, in that brief moment, I was hooked.
In the repeated listens since, I'm not simply impressed by the ridiculous technique Spence and Zach display (especially Zach, like Damon Che sped up to eliminate the space between the beats, yet still rhythmically contained, yow!), but by how there are definable elements of melody, harmony, etc. contained within the fury. Traditional verse/chorus/verse song structures exist even within the most abstract of the songs here, strengthening the sense of these pieces as compositions, rather than mere spastic freakouts.
Highlights for me include the aforementioned "Biblical...", and "1-800-ghostdance", "city folk", "Been a long time, cousin", but really, the whole album just shines. Continually amazing and rewarding, you should already own it. What are you waiting for?