For most albums, you can write a shorthand review: needed more time in the oven. That is, they have the right elements, but in the wrong order, and the transitions do not make enough sense to be powerful, which results in a chaotic feeling with moments of “wow, this is pretty good.”
Edder & Bile shows us many of the aspects of classic Cadaver that made this band a perpetual favorite for those who like musical but not soyfruity “progressive” adornments; how many more unnecessary triplets and fills do we need? These are buried in what sounds like a band looking cynically at the audience and thinking, “yeah, all they need is a good beat and some bounce, add a bit of grind.”
Great death metal riffs hide in here, but the focus went too much into riff, and not enough into song, so each one of them runs into a modern metal or Incantoclone passage to round it out. This makes for a chaotic listen punctuated by moments of memorable riffs that will undoubtedly form the basis for a forthcoming demo by some other band.