Sound — 10
This CD is great. Pure death metal rather than deathcore or whatever you wanna call it with the Doom EP. The riffs are technical as all hell and the vocals are brutal. True death metal fans will love this album. The detuned guitars give it a really low and brutal sound, and the drums are insane. The solos on here are alright, atleast there is solos rather than a lot of the music today.
Lyrics — 10
The lyrics are intense. Speaking of the anti-christ being birthed and rising up to rule the world. Vocalist Jonny Davy uses very low inhaled growls to get his words across, with an ocassinal high scream. I don't really mind that there is no breeing on this record, I think the breeing on the Doom EP just kinda made it more fun to listen to. Besides breeing is so cliche these days, Jfac is sticking to there death metal roots with this one.
Overall Impression — 10
This is deffitally my most listened to CD that I own. I'm listenening to it as I right this. "Bearing the Serpent's Lamb", "Embedded", "Strings of Hypocrisy", and "The Divine Falsehood" are, to me, the best songs on this album. I love the technicality of this cd, the guitar and drums are just insanely good. The only thing I don't like is that it's not really that long of a CD, since 2 of the songs are intrumentals and most of the songs are pretty short it really isnt that much longer than the Doom EP with Entities on it. If this CD were stolen or lost I'd be very pissed and by another copy. Job For A Cowboy are definatly leadears of death metal genre of today.