Cursed Chimera's Benatos Thompson struggles to define what he enjoys about electronic music. It seems all his work jumps from genre to genre, always leaning towards IDM via Plaid's most darkest moments. Never willing to compromise his sound, you will here the gritty and nasty side of his work that juxtaposes with his more delicate movements. Infinite Caustic Change are apposing ideas where caustic is static yet seemly changing infinitely under the scope of Cursed Chimera's arrangements. What that means is you have an album that has many different song styles, but all the creation techniques are the same and most of the sound design are related in some form. The excellent quality does not changer either and will remain so forever on this album.