The combination of a move to a bigger record label and a different guitarist from their previous album did little to alter the band's sound. It was a short, frenetic-paced collection of songs again. The tracks in the early part of the album are straightforward Hardcore punk with less inclination to include slower refrain sections - referred to as breakdowns - than in previous recordings. This resulted in the tracks sounding faster. The latter part of the album showed signs that the band were including more metalcore elements into their sound. They would develop this tendency towards a more metalcore sound in their subsequent release, The Price of Progression.