For one, they seem to have truly embraced their experimental side, moving further away from their Black Metal base and leaning heavily into, for a lack of a better description, the absurdity of the world and France in particular. In this case, both musically, lyrically (from what little I have managed to glean so far) and design-wise as far as the cover art is concerned, the concept seems to be a French, perhaps even medieval, fair – Complete with a rooster, harmonica and the general verbal chaos one would be inclined to try and avoid at such an event. Overall a very unique and interesting experience, one that I have certainly never been exposed to before – That being said, in combination with my above-mentioned reluctance for their chosen approach (again, too rigid in body and mind for truly explore the more Progressive parts of life), which sadly limits my expertise in this particular area.
Instead, I will take the easy way out and merely point out that the musicians are clearly very talented and experienced with their chosen instruments (something I seem to recall also pointing out in regards to their previous releases) and with a strong dedication to their craft. If you enjoyed their previous albums (as I did), I still recommend this one, but do bear in mind that the band has most certainly evolved since then. No doubt for the better, if you are into the genre, I would even add.