This EP sounds very transitional, compared to the more premeditated sound of the first two albums. It's the sort of thing you'd produce to work a get a few things out of your system before working on something grander. But if this is the future of Naxatras, then sign me up: it's bigger, brighter, and more in-your-face than their previous efforts, and promises to take the listener on a truly incredible audio journey. Can't wait to see what's next!
Favorite track: Pulsar 4000.