For an album with two minute songs and a lot of repetitveness, Mata Leao is still really great. This is much better than New World Disorder. It can't match Urban Discipline or State Of The World Address, but not much can. These guys were so ahead of their time. The big five of rapmetal: Biohazard, RATM, Faith No More, 311, and Body Count. Anyway, back to Mata Leao.
This album showcases Biohazard's punk roots, as half of the songs are speedy punk numbers without solos or breaks. There are gems within, such as "Authority," "These Eyes," "Stigmatized," "Modern Democracy," "Gravity," "A Lot To Learn," "Waiting To Die," and "In Vain." "Modern Democracy" has a great groove, "Authority" has awesome lyrics, and "Gravity" has a great percussion breakdown. Evan Seinfeld and Billy Graziadei are the rappers. Their lyrics work very well, without resorting to overusing swear words or using typical idiotic rap lines. Evan is the much better vocalist of the two. His flow is smoother, while Billy resorts to screaming and has a very annoying high-pitched voice. The songs are somewhat samey, but a few spins cures the disc of repetitiveness, as the standouts jump out. There's something here for any fan of punk, hardcore, and/or metal. Support the 'Hazard!