On the majority of songs here, Elias screams rather than sings -- but every now and then, she slows down her spoken-sung verses to a trance-like pace. "Under Pressure" is the standout dance track and the most infectious song on the record. Backed by an arsenal of dark beats, she chants, "Your face is deep under pressure" and goes on to ask, "How can you live your life like this? Without knowing what life really is? You're working in a bank or sometimes in a store. Yeah, you like your job." Elias, who sings in English, doesn't worry about rhyming -- her lyrics aren't about establishing cadence, but about raising issues of consciousness. On "You Will Never Get Me," a song on which she alternately sounds like both Goth icon Siouxsie Sioux and jazz crooner Billie Holiday, she sings, "I wouldn't give anybody the chance to mess me up. You can't squeeze me. I'm not kind. I'm not someone that you can get. I'm as cold as steel." In songs such as "Girl Serial Killer" and the title track, Elias sings about judgment day, revenge, and how some day all oppressors (whether they're capitalists or Nazis) will get the punishment they deserve. And she's adamant enough about it that you believe her.