This captures a great feel of 60's and 70's spy film awesomeness. It's seriously addictive and I wish they'd put out a full album with longer tracks of this stuff. Would subscribe to the Afro-Cuban Rhythm Club out of ten.
This album is where CWC really hits their stride and starts doing stoner metal worthy of standing side by side with their influences. Velocirapture and High Wizard King of the Horsehead Nebula are fantastic tracks, but I have to give it to this See Her At The End of Time. Genuinely sad I live a continent away and can't see them live anytime soon.
This is seriously fantastic stoner metal that just gets back to what really matters, kickass riffs, fun lyrics about ridiculously awesome shit, and rocking out. They get better every album they put out and I cannot wait to see what they do next.
Properly cynical and angry industrial with great vocals and synths. Good Industrial should make you feel angry at the system and the world and this pushes that for me. A wonderful album start to finish.
It's not every day an album of B-sides is anywhere close to this well constructed. Not as connected as their regular albums track to track, but that pales in comparison to the quality of the individual tracks. Top notch synthwave with a dollop of metal.