This title summoned me. Thank you for composing a title as intellectual as the song itself. Breaks were hella rad, those pitch bendy filtered amen breaks around 1:00 ... I'm mad I didn't write them myself. Who ever did those, apologize to me now >:C
Some of the more ambient parts were very thin. The person mixing all the work together could have compressed those sections forward a little more...
Jesus Christo, give me some more of that 4:30 stuff. To whoever did that section, you should consider topping the lead synth with another filter and wub up those grainy beasts. That would clean it up a little. When you filter like that you can also add more distortion units, fidelity units, & boost mid frequencies. It's a messy process sometimes but those hard Reese leads can benefit from experimentation. I love splitting leads up into two signals, panning them off a little bit from each other, playing with levels, and processing the two signals a little differently. *Crisp panning, drool*
Edit: I wasn't done writing my review. Damn slippy fingers. Loved hearing that punk rock section. I found the distortion on the voice a little off putting but I know how hard it is learning to use your voice like an instrument. The distortion on it sounds like it's hiding something. The process of singing seems to come so naturally for some people that it can hurt a little not fitting into that category. We can't all be Ella Fitzgerald, a singer so good her band would tune their instruments to the sound of her voice. I have a certain level of respect for the vocalist here having the courage to seek out their Thu'um. I'm always trying to hone up my own singing voice into something better. Keep adding technique to that lovely voice :D
Cool collab y'all! So much talent :')