"Taking their metal of death down roads alternately more sepulchral and cosmic, Transition indeed is the sound of a fiery young band feeding their flames of creation. Bursting into being with perfunctory punctuation, Transition soon settles into shape as the restless, forever-roiling spectre of ancient death metal darkness being illuminated with haunting 'n' horrific shapes. The pulse 'n' pound is both barbaric and fleet-footed, hammering onward with an insistence that's nothing short of graceful - and yet, it's equally garish and grimy in texture. Riffs rudely twist into different forms whilst remaining rooted in linear composition; from lo-end crunge to high-fret hysteria, the full spectrum of death metal savagery is well covered. Bellows from the deep reverberate with sinister portent, all the while remaining (eerily) intelligible. Production, too, ably highlights the swirling extremes INISANS so deftly canvass: in many ways, the combined sound and sensation of Transition looks a lot like its cover artwork."
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