Reinventing and redefining death metal's boundaries, CRYPTOPSY, recognized worldwide for infusing extreme music with awe-inspiring precision, rabidly dynamic rhythms and mouth-foaming viciousness, have earned music fans respect inside and outside the metal community. The band's viperous recordings and punishing live performance have confirmed their place in music's elite. Like a demented funhouse ride constantly in danger of careening off the tracks, "And Then You'll Beg" is an orchestration of insanity. It's pure tight experimental death metal weirdness, a landmark in the genre. Cryptopsy really rises above their own reputation on this one, formidable reputation though it is. It's tight but raw and noisy, retaining spontaneity through the most technincal changes; while the parts may seem strung together randomly, deeper analysis reveals a mockingly eclectic flow. The vocals remind of earlier Kataklysm - many have mourned the loss of Lord Worm, but DiSalvo's psychotic, ultra-scary ranting fits this album perfectly. Flo's weird swinging beats and insane blasts tie together the lurching rhythms and fluttering, atonal leads, and when he drops into a groove the whole thing swirls down into its vortex. This is one of those rare masterpieces of death metal that doesn't come around often, an album you can listen to until you've got the whole thing memorized but somehow you never get tired of hearing it!!