Sounds like a later Neubauten release. You would be hard pressed to tell the difference, except it is more synth based and less percussive. Blixa has not sold his soul for lucre, at least not musically and artistically. Here he experiments as before, with beats, techniques and vibrations, a siren to his soul. It is unsettling if you are not used to the avant garde, however it has a melodic ambience to its patterns, as it lilts gently in the background disturbing the quiet peace with the high pitched screams of ghouls that meld into the scream of synths. Turn it up and it becomes a soundtrack to a nightmare.
Hypnotic as a fob watch pendulum, clasped by a 19th Century physician this takes a few listens for the abrasions to ease their way in, then you will be hit, and turned into an acolyte for the duration. It is a very good album, multi layered, delivered as a high intensity but also getting down low, into a very quiet sense of raw power. Built as a big coiled spring about to break, under full compression. This is up there, when it explodes with the best of Neubauten.
Come a long way since Kollaps, but unlike some of their peers, Neubauten and Blixa never watered their vision, they have only matured it, distilled the essence and poured it into a premium Kummerling.