Comparisons between the two albums are invalid. Evile are clearly a band who are going to evolve and progress as time goes on, which is a good thing in my opinion. Some bands (Motorhead, AC/DC) have made a career by doing one thing very well, but it is rare. Most bands have to evolve, and as they mature as musicians, naturally this will affect the music they make. I will be very interested to see where Evile go with the next album, and particularly what influence (if any) Joel has on the songwriting. I'm as sure Evile's next album will be different from the other two as I am that Gama Bomb's next record will be more of the same (and I do like Gama Bomb a lot, I just don't see room for growth in what they do).