Losing a bassist doesn't seem to have altered the trajectory of these Rhode Island doom merchants. What made their "Misery Wizard" debut enjoyable is very much present here, with minor, welcome alterations. Notably, there are more songs, more of which are shorter and more to-the-point, with a nice instrumental intro and a couple of similar offerings to give us a break between prolonged slogs through riffer madness. "Master's Chamber," loses my attention somewhere in its ten plus minutes, and "Void of Worship" doesn't do much better. The rest, thankfully, offers the verve and variety needed to make the album a winner for lovers of sludgy doom.