Like Offenbarung, Vollstreckung splices together techno, industrial and EBM, but with better execution. "Toturden Giit Chreteen Dwe" is genuinely chilling, its tissue-thin layers of wordless vocals weighted by a sluggish beat and periodic synth crunch. On "Wekanee Siin Redrech Enjenn," brittle, volatile drums and Coil-esque guitars form an ominous backdrop to two voices that intertwine creepily. The track doesn't go anywhere as such, but OAKE create an effective enough atmosphere for that to be a peripheral concern.
In contrast, "Sehtohree Diin Chromtas Vehns" steadily expands from a dour pulse to rhythmic racket, all ear-splitting synth lines, sculpted feedback and clattering drums. "Wuhleor Niir Peffgeeng Pfudenn" is the standout. Bursts of tape hiss and noise, grinding synths and foreboding drums stalk circles around one another, coming together in the last minute or so in a brutal and beautiful cacophony. Its ghastly atmospheres are undiminished with repeated listens, a promising sign that OAKE's best work is yet to come.