When I think of Shredder, I think of a menace encased in spikes and metal. And this album is much the same. It's a powerhouse, a juggernaut.
Full of bass and distortion, with slasherwave synths and outrun's paranoid vibes.
Speaking of paranoia, even when the synths are bright and orchestral (like the SUSPIRIA-esque "Bombing Mission") they only serve to lull you into a false sense of security before the next onslaught.
If you love brutal, aggressive synth, I cannot recommend this album more.