"Volta," the most impressive cut here, has the metal chords and snap-of-the-whip rhythms we know from Akkord, but replaces the techno beats with jungle breaks. "Spirit Of The Winds" holds the breaks between deeply sighing vocals, and the result—fast, shiny and inhuman—is like cybernetic jungle. There's no drop, just the endless lash of manipulated drums and a swell of dubby chords at the end. The tension is near to breaking point for the entire thing.
The title track ditches the straight-up junglisms and has more in common artists like Fracture and Om Unit, with assorted drum sounds flying at breakneck speeds but delivered with an almost dubstep-ish swing. Rounding things off is "Condition," which is more of a dub techno number, coasting along on an easygoing 4/4 pulse. Steadily cruising, it's eerie and beautiful in its own strange way.