Review-I have had this record sitting around for a while and been so worried about listening to it. Let me explain myself, the debut record God is War from this band is massive and so incredible, that I knew in my gut that they could not live up to those high standards I was expecting. I am a huge fan of Converge and when I heard about this supergroup featuring members of them and Hope Conspiracy I knew that the debut would be something special, and it is. All that out of way, I finally listened to this record and I have to say while I love the debut record a million times more, I really got into this record. I mean, there were some small little changes here and there with the sound and direction, but nothing to list as any kind of positive or negative, but something to think that this cd is maybe an idea for an even bigger change upcoming with the next record. This band has a punk hardcore sound that really is so furious and pissed off that this record the more you play it and louder, the more the music really attacks your ear drums with so much force. The opening attack of songs Chaos Arise and Silencer sound like they were still on the final bonus tracks on God is War. This record is just so passionate and brutal, that you know this is a band playing to its strengths and really wanting to see how fast and hard they can go. Nothing Violates this Nature is a great record, while a few notches below the debut it is still an album that many hardcore bands would be envious of. They have traces of progress and trying a few different things here and there, but make no mistake about it; this is one fucking beast of a record. This is a band that really should be breaking out of the underground and more into the mainstream. This is that record that riff wise and sound wise will be talked about for years to come. If you are new to this band, they have put out two cds that you should rush out and own by the time you finish this review.
8.5 out of 10