This is an uncompromisingly dark and angry release, fuelled by burned out drug abuse and label trouble. It lacks the radio-friendly riffs of the previous two albums; not because they failed to deliver them but because they no longer wanted to. Instead they unleashed a fuzzy, noisy tirade that made them remember why they were Therapy? in the first place.
It pleased fans of the earlier albums but left everyone else cold.
Cradled within the noise is the magnificent Six Mile Water. It's a quiet track that gets under your skin in a similar way that the ballad from Nurse (1992) did.