Time to Kill by Quantum Vengeance published on 2012/02/11 21:23:55 +0000 Infinite Cell is an E.P. which features five new tracks by Quantum Vengeance, and this time he is breaking off in a new direction and exploring a more sample-based, post-dubstep oriented sound. This E.P. focuses more on moods than it does on pure heaviness or loudness, and tends to take a more subtle approach to electronic music than some of Vengeance's earlier works. This is not to say that the original attitude is absent from the work; the tracks 'Time to Kill,' and 'Children Rolling' still hit hard, albeit in a different way. The tracks 'Auburn,' 'Neptunism,' and 'Infinite Cell' build up the dark, dreary moods signature to the composer's style, but transcendent of earlier material in their ethereal depth. This is definitely a mood piece, not to be mistaken for dance music, or shit that wants to get played 'in da club.' It is made to be enjoyed by itself, with no need for the endorsement of the masses.