Bloody angry, that's what comes to mind when you listen to the beginning of the album “Nangol”. When you keep listening, you quickly notice that these guys know what they're doing. Liquid God like to be compared to Tool and Opeth, but I don't really agree with that comparison. Liquid God go their own way, the songs are interesting in structure and often turn in unexpected directions. The album doesn't have any typical, worn out ideas, but offers a lot of new ideas. This is interesting for the listener, if nothing else. So, ears open and volume all the way up!