In 1997, Integrity would release their most critically controversial record. Seasons In The Size Of Days was an enormous departure from the previous rage that was Humanity Is The Devil. Where Humanity Is The Devil scorched the senses with blistering ferociousness, Seasons was a more thoughtfully focused dense bleakness. From the stark layout to the expanded instrumentation, fans at large were confounded. Two decades later, it is now commonly heralded as a crowning achievement for the band. INTEGRITY was never meant to fit into a specific category and nothing exemplified that as much as Seasons.