this arrived at the peak of dubstep, before the great skrillexification of '10. Cloaks took that sound and pushed it light years into another trajectory, far away from the bass drops of the festivals. Hearing it again for the first time in a decade, sounds like it could have been released on hospital productions, or any of the modern industrial techno labels.
Filthy, noisy and almost disturbing are the first words that sprung to my mind when I first heard this album.
This is not your everyday dose of Skream, Joker or any other name within Dubstep. This is one of the harshest records yet to be brought with hints of dubstep in it. The one artist that comes close to making so much noise, whilst "being dubstep", would be Scorn and even he is a tad bit softer though.
I have really enjoyed this album, and would not see it as an album that would reach one scene in particular. This one is for the freaks, who once in a while enjoy their eardrums being "near-burst". Whether you are into industrial/noise/dubstep or just an interested passer by, this album has my recommandations !!