Oh, the riffs!
That truly filthy groove in Filth, that almost Machine Head sounding riff in the title track and the surprisingly dance-able riff in Roll Up The Royalty. The list goes on.
The moment that I realized how good the album really is was when I decided to take a day away from it before writing the review to see if it still felt fresh when I came back to it and I found myself trying to sneak in a listen here and there. "It won't hurt, I'll only listen to Filth one more time." About half an hour later I had listened to the whole album again, save for the first two songs and the intro.
Considering how new this band is there has been a lot of hype surrounding them but for once I believe it's well deserved. With bands like Black Tongue taking deathcore down the path of slow riffs, slower breakdowns and straight forward anger and bands like Nexilva taking it the exact opposite direction with relentless speed and fury it was time someone took the next logical step for deathcore. This is what I believe that is, taking only the best elements of deathcore, djent and metalcore, throwing it all in a progressive blender and giving us a fantastic debut in the process.
No Sin Evades His Gaze are still a young band so hopefully we have a whole lot more to look forward to but if you don't believe in them I only have one thing to say to you:
THE BURDEN OF PROOF IS ON YOUR HEAD!
Trust me, you won't regret it.