The biggest comparisons The Apex get are to Meshuggah and early Dillinger Escape Plan, not too shabby, and I don't disagree. There's a consistency to this album in it's intensity from song to song, meaning there's no space to breath, even when the tempo slows down. Vocalist Darren M. keeps you cornered from start to finish like a pitbull hulking out. Musically, The Apex are tight and on point. You can't take anything away from them. For proof, hit the link here.
For fans of extreme metal, The Apex is a band worth following and I can't wait to see what they do next. My favorite tracks are Attack, If Detroit River Could Speak, and The Girl Death Left Behind.
You can follow The Apex on Twitter @theapex519.