Blue Sky Black Death & Nacho Picasso's 2nd collaboration of 2012, Exalted manages to travel down even darker & seedier passages than the cold-hearted Lord Of The Fly.
Raised by dense, spaced-out atmospheric instrumentals, Nacho Picasso's emotionless smooth, slow deliveries fit like a glove, which is perfect seeing as I don't see him fitting anywhere else. While Lord Of The Fly focused more on BSBD's moody production, Exalted seems to be tailor made for Picasso to throw his vocals over. Not to say BSBD's work isn't top-notch, because it is, it just seems more like a collaborative project this time around.
3 Scooby Snacks out of 5