Checked it again
Admittedly, it has many good moments. The thing is that I really dislike the lead guitar work and keys. They tend to lessen the aggression and are inconsistent with the overall wall of the sound and purpose of the record. The album is also too long for its own good. Barely having diversity, the guy doesn't do much to justify the length.
I don't really consider this a wall-of-sound record. The production is exceptionally clear and the detailing is very distinct. It's honestly one of the most professionally recorded, expertly layered albums I've heard in a while because of how much detail shines through despite the onslaught of the guitars. I'd probably say The Amenta's 'n0n' is a more wall-of-sound version of this.
Listened to this a few weeks back and disliked it. Now it sounds just meh, basically for the same reasons as mz pointed out plus the drum patterns (annoying as hell !). The production could have done with a bit of dirt, just to give the impression everything ain't done by a computer.
Love this. Biomechanical is overwrought and full of adrenaline which I can get behind. Couple of gaming connections I noticed. The first 2 piano notes of this are the same as the beginning of this: At 1:15 you hear the sample 'Are you afraid of god?' which is a line from Bioshock Infinite. This explains the song titles, or is just a massive coincidence.