He recorded this album two years ago, but has only now gotten around to releasing it (he plans to burn about 300-500 copies, to have available at shows). As a result, much of the material sounds dated -- the title track, "Under the Knife 2000," and "Sin After Sin" have the kinds of bellowing vocals that sound derivative of Slayer. When the band explores its industrial/goth side, the results are better. The pairing of synthesizers, rumbling drums, and parched vocals gives "Meet Thy Doom" a tempered heaviness, and the song ends in a frenetic climax, with chugging guitars and rumbling drums. Although it indulgently uses the band's name in its refrain, "Flatline Remix (Voodoo God Pets)" has elements that compare favorably to White Zombie, and the band explores uncharted territory with the chirping guitars and hushed vocals of "Trust."