While there’s little wrong with any of the cuts, the album in its entirety can feel a little half-baked. An extra push could have made this Williams' defining work.
Albums what we liked in 2016.
For every moment of serenity there's a feeling of incompleteness, and the result is an album that's sadly unmemorable.
Relentless and unpredictable, the album's like the spawn of a Satanic ritual in a theme park. It’s oppressive and challenging, but also warm and charming.