You can probably tell all you need to about this album from the fact that one of the tracks (We Control) is already featured on a car ad.
The references to The Prodigy in other reviews are relevant in another way. Back when Fat Of The Land came out this sort of stuff (beats and synths with a punk rock snarl) sounded quite edgy. Now it sounds like it was written to be played in the background of a sci-fi film fight scene. Or in the mind of a marketing person it sounds like the perfect music to convince you to break all the rules by ...err.... buying a new car. It's become mainstream.
We Control is pretty good, tho the first time I heard it I was convinced it was an Overseer track (Overseer being another outfit who turn up on plenty of soundtracks). A few heavy-ish guitar riffs, some pounding beats, and some decent synthy bits in the background. It's not doing anything that hasn't been done already, but it is done pretty well.
My fave track is This Is A Warning. It's slower but it sounds a bit menacing and the synths are well done, a bit like, I dunno, Mindfields or something. Set Fire To Me is a bit more poppy, has girly vocals on it, and reminds me a bit of Faster Kill Pussycat by Paul Oakenfold. The instrumental tracks like Electrolude and Cascade are also quite good.
So it's all 'quite good'. Nothing revolutionary, but it's done well and you know exactly what you can expect - beats and guitars along the lines of The Prodigy when they last did a good album. You might not really 'need' this album but you can convince yourself that you 'want' it. A bit like that car in the advert...
PS am I being cynical or are people who only turn up to review one product that has just come out and then don't post any other reviews perhaps in the hyping business.