Folk instruments and ethnic sounds start off the album along with some multi-cultured female vocals a few seconds later and after the intro death metal vocals find their way into the music and the music starts mixing the ethnic sounds with a more melodic and extreme groove metal sound along with some spoken word parts.
Acoustic guitars find their way into the music constantly during the album and also mix in with the heavy parts on a regular basis along with a good amount of female vocals being mixed in with the death metal growls and screams and you can hear a good amount of new age, middle eastern and hindi folk music elements throughout all of the tracks while the main focus is on a death/groove metal sound.
On some of the later tracks melodic male vocals and hardcore style screams are added into certain sections of the recording as well as the music adding in more metalcore influences into their musical style and all of the musical instruments on the album have a very heavy powerful sound to them and as the album progresses blast beats are added into certain sections of the recording.
Human Fate takes the heaviness of death metal, groove and metalcore and mixes it in with progressive, folk, ethnic and world music to create a sound of their own, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover life, death and mankind.
In my opinion Human Fate are a very great sounding mixture of world music, experimental and extreme metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Unify Mankind" "Seed Of Creation" and "Pariah". 8 out of 10.