First of all, Point Blank Hypocrisy is simply a good combination of vintage and melodic death metal with modern metalcore, speaking to those who love listening to old-school as well as modern metal. My first impression of Borderline after experiencing Point Blank Hypocrisy was positive, and that’s mainly for their musical vision.
The work deserves appreciation for its energy level, sound production, musical foundation, and attitude, objectively a successful work without any weaknesses. The music immediately resonated with me after listening to it for the first time, yet convinced me after seeing their Pantera attitude, the vocalist’s old-school Mayhem t-shirt, his Jeff Hanneman look, and influences from the 90s in their music video. It was a great experience from my side, at the same time, this is undeniably a well-done video in many ways.
Musically, the song has vintage death metal influences and that’s what I loved about Borderline the most. The one certain thing about this collective is that they are talented enough to execute death metal, black metal, and modern metal under their umbrella, Point Blank Hypocrisy is a good example of that.