A very dark and distorted drone sound starts off the album before going into a heavier direction along with some blackened death metal style growls and you can hear a lot of traditional black metal and progressive influences in the bands musical style along with some blast beats and the music getting brutal at times.
Solos and leads when they are used bring in a melodic side of the bands musical style which is also a good part of the riffs at times and you can hear some atmospheric elements in the background in certain parts of the recording along with a decent amount of keyboards and some of the tracks also bring in a small amount of black metal screams and you can hear clean playing being utilized briefly on some of the tracks as the album progresses.
Spoken word parts can be heard on a great amount of the tracks along with the band bringing in a heavy deathcore influence as we get more into the album and on one of the alter tracks a brief use of female vocals are added onto the recording and the music also brings in more of a technical side of the leads and the music gets more diverse with each track along with a few songs that are long and epic in length and towards the end clean singing male vocals are brought onto the recording.
Synergic Ire plays a very original style that is mostly in a blackened death metal direction but also brings in deathcore style breakdowns and the more experimental and progressive side of black metal to create a sound of their own, the production sounds very dark and heavy for being a self released recording while the lyrics cover how mental illness was dealt with in early civilizations and the adolescence of an Empath.
In my opinion Synergic Ire are a very great sounding atmospheric, blackened death metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Psychogenic Necromancy" "Ever Thus, Xenoself" and "Post-Obitum Delusions". 8 out of 10.