There's a reason why I always try to keep this record in stock whenever possible, and you need to do to find out why is to simply listen to this. "Black Death Metal" but so much more. These guys not only have great riffs, but can also craft and arrange incredible songs that stands out from the rest of their peers. They're progressive and "technical" just enough to not lose any of their venomous bite, and the record does not lose any momentum because of this discipline. Still sounds fresh to my ears three years later, highly recommended.
The AJNA Offensive, 2017.