To an extent, Immolation has been following a formula ever since they figured out their style on "Here in After", all the way down to where they place the songs on their albums (open with the fast one, then play the catchy/sweetly poignant ones, a slow one at about the half-way point, then the dark ones, and then the epic closer). Whatever variation of their style they put on each album is what is going to make it succeed or falter, and their stated goal with this one, "our fastest and most aggressive" isn't exactly inspiring (didn't Slayer already get the final word on that goal 25 years ago?).
I suspect that in the "5 year scale", there won't be any discernable quality trajectory- it'll be all over the place, based on whatever twist they put on that particular album, as it has been for their past several albums (CtaWB wasn't as good as Failures... but Unholy Cult was better than CtaWB... but Harnessing Ruin was near to unlistenable... but Shadows in the Light was their best in the 2000s...).
As for those wondering how this is like Nile or Behemoth:
First riff- short phrase high-speed 4 chord "technical" riff. Followed by a really obvious rhythm riff, a solo with no relation to the riff beneath, and a random acoustic break thrown in half-way through. Throw in the bouncy riff at about the 2:20 mark that has nothing to do with anything else in the song aside from harmonic similarity, transitioning back into the first riff, and it's obviously that "deathmetalcore" style of making all of the parts seem "shockingly" different from each other. Immolation does this style better any other known band, but it's still kind of a dead end style.