Great Production, Great Songwriting, Stupid Name. That is the embodiment of Iron Monkey. They play a sort of deathmetal/sludge/hardcore/crust crossover music, almost creating their own sub-genre. All of the songs on this album have very catchy riffs. The only problem I have with this album, is that the vocalist can become a bit repetative, almost annoying at times. He does the job nicely, yet the riffs being played against his almost vomited, carcass-on-drugs vocals only get a bit tiresome. The album as a whole is very nice. I enjoyed listening to it, and I guess I shouldn't be so hard on the vocalist. I must admit, he is original, and deserves credit for that! This album would be enjoyed by anyone who listens to anything from Helmet, to Eyehategod, to Napalm Death, however; only in small doses.