So far the album sounds like it will be a Domination part 2, when Morbid Angel became a typical death metal band. I still think that they wrote their best work in the eighties and then perfected it for their masterpiece "Altars Of Madness"
I think after Blessed Are The Sick they fell in the same trap as Slayer did after South Of Heaven. Try to make albums that appeal to as many kids as possible and go on tour to make some money and keep the band in the spotlight. It wouldn't be so bad if David Vincent hadn't exhibited so much rock star behavior but now it's hard for anyone to still take them as serious as they used to be. The "special edition wooden case" doesn't help either but I generally feel the same way about colored vinyl and other collectors editions.