He Dead... I would have nixed that one. The feature vocals kill anything that might be seen as haunting/ominous behind the lyrics and sound of this track. Made me cringe, but, then again, that's just me.
La Mala Ordina...I would have kept the features out of this one as well. Lackluster at best. But maybe these rappers are friends that they've invited on this one? Then the two minute of outro/noise. More annoying than artistic. Again, IMO.
Run For Your Life and Nothing Is Safe are notable bangers for me. The former especially for inviting an original horror-core rapper on the track, the latter for the Carpenter influence (even if it is heavy-handed, it sounds good).
If I could also say that I may be in the minority, but the interludes don't add much to the album. I already get the concept of it being a "horror movie" album without the sound bites.
All In Your Head, low replay value. Again, feature detracts from it. The contrast of extreme melody against the sparse industrial beats kind of pulls me out of these types of songs.
Blood of the Fang and Story 7 are bangers and excel from the tight, sparse production (blips, bells, static, etc.). Vocal content on Story 7, eh, are fine, but the bpm slowdown is what makes this one click for me.
Listen, fam. It definitely isn't a 4.5, but also not an 8.
You know this is just my opinion, right? I would return to some of these tracks, though.