Aye, REAL oldschool death metal. Admittedly, I neither owned nor was aware of their existence until they reformed albeit I had already been properly acclimated into the DM genre prior to this. I think that showcases the tragedy of lacking promotion, and dedication of fans to keep the legacy of great acts alive in their suggestions and celebrations. Aesthetically their live performance is captivating, along with the colorful personality of Chris Gamble (befitting, methinks for a former live-Absu member), who by all standards is the template Hessian. This is a guy I've known personally for at least since they're reunion, and I can speak with confidence that the man is 100% dedicated to the art of Metal and virtually none of the accessories that come along with the scene- I think this is a reason why their music is so well crafted in that he's unconcerned with what people are expecting in the concurrent trends of the day. His frame of reference is very admirable. High hopes for his continued work and his undiluted dedication to the Hessian culture.