Nothing about this album is tranquil - from the get go, the death metal chaos starts and goes full blast until the very last brutal note. I'd call this Cannibal Corpse with less rhythm and groove, provided that there aren't a whole lot of hooks; my impression is that this is just a band to have fun and go wild with. The almost constant double bass drums followed by tons of fast-paced blast beats are thick and have that "bouncy" sound that provide plenty of bone crunching fills. This singer sounds as if he is trying to emulate Chris Barnes' extremely low grunts and growls on 'Tomb of the Mutilated' - only the vocals on this record are significantly deeper on the tonal level. The complex and blistering guitar riffs are seemingly in vein of Cryptopsy's "None So Vile" album with constant tremolo picking that bleeds with ugly and razor sharp melody.
The crystal clear production allows the bass to be heard with ease within the constricting mix of the guitars and vigorously pounds sound into the empty cracks of each song. Occasionally, you can really hear some amazing bass work when it's got time to emerge from following the foundational riffs and shows itself off a little bit with the speed of a machine gun. Structurally, the songs are a train wreck with recursive guitar riffs, but since this is brutal death metal, I don't think many people are going to care about perfect formation. Chances are, if you listen to brutal death metal, you aren't looking for something revolutionary, anyways. More than likely, most brutal death metal bands aren't out to transcend anything; most are just there to have fun, and this album is no exception to the aforementioned claim.
Think along the lines of Wormed, Visceral Bleeding and Beheaded...bands that you can just kick back and violently bang your head along with. Again, this is nothing new to the genre, but it's still consistent, as well as a brutal treat. If you're looking for a good time, put Misanthropic Carnage into your CD player; grab a cold drink, head bang to your heart's content.