This is a long awaited third album by this internationally famous duo. Moving to New York from cozy England added certain hue to their music. Now you hear much more aggressive, hip-hop-to-industrial flavor, but at the same time you still have melodic old-style groove, which was always the most pointed-out feature of Mentalemetic's sound. This time they received much more freedom from the label, and were not restricted by time or finances. They recorded in the best studios of Manhattan with most sophisticated engineers, and nobody pushed them, so they really did their best . What would surprise old fans is that Insectivore is much more pop then 667 and other earlier albums, but I hardly think anyone can accuse Mentalemetic in betraying underground. Check for yourself and find out.