I find it strange that the 5 tracks here come via Tirdad's label as this seems far more like what I would expect from Hive Records - i.e. mediocre power noise and club friendly dance fodder pretending to be something else. This is only industrial really in the way that it feels cheaply mass produced.
Problems first. Someone needs to point out to Sharps Injury that riffs that sound like trance and IDM flavour Reason presets passed through a monolithic distortion effect does not compelling powernoise make. Far too often here all that you get is some poppy IDM squished through an overworked (virtual or otherwise) distortion pedal. Often polyphony seems to be at the loop level with only a couple of 'em left standing most of the time and instead of simplicity creating momentum, it just makes the thin veil over the straight up dance beats all that more glaring. The results have that cloying cheap polyester mesh shirt feel of Manufactura (admittedly with better arrangement skill shown here) but it is neither convincing nor particularly rocking with the only major reaction one of disappointment at the ratio of crap to cream. Minus the distortion you'd be bent over immediately from either e coli poisoning or a sugary trance induced toothache.
Of what's here the final track is probably the most satisfying though once the distortion is peeled back a bit you realize again that Sharps Injury is just a weekend industrialist while school's out. Perhaps someone should introduce the girlfriend to the metric system lest her judgement be thrown off forever.