This is music where the bass guitar is very much a key to the overall sound. Colin gets a beautifully full and out-front tone, sometimes with some distortion, sometimes just vividly electric. He lays down riffs that hypnotize and get support from the openly free-rock drumming of Paul. Rebecca plays atop, often in an outside-avant way with the speaking-in-tongues excitement of new thing, sometimes with a more melodic approach.
The music reminds me a little of what Bill Laswell, Peter Brotzmann and Sonny Sharrock used to do with various good drummers, only there is no Sharrockian guitar presence, which leaves a bit of space for the music to open up. There are nicely worked out compositional jazz-rock lines and a kind of consistency to the music that makes you dig in after a while and let the music wash over you.
If you love the electric bass anchorage of an open trio this will immediately grab you. After a while the whole gestalt, the trio as a unit makes more and more sense. Nobody is playing especially fast, but rather it is a slowly unfolding thing, metal influenced (the "doom" reference has some significance to the sort of music here) yet open and free, too.
I found it an excellent listen.