Dark, intense, terrifying, and different; but most of all, different. In a time when it’s so hard to stand out in hip hop, being different is intrinsically noble. Production that sways from heavy, spine-shaking synth drops to shimmery clean electric guitar melodies and the intro sample from one of Charles Manson’s interviews are all reasons to listen to this album to feel the uncomfortable flow of emotions and darkness. Oh yeah, and the Stefan Burnett’s (A.K.A. MC Ride) lyrics make Tyler, The Creator and the rest of Odd Future sound like they’re simply outside frying ants with microscopes. Exmilitary is harsh, abrasive, defiant, and I love it.