Infinity PoolAny of the clichs about Scandinavian countries is that they are neat and tidy, well ordered, clean. The same could not be said of Copenhagen four-piece When Saints Go Machine"s second full-length album, Infinity Pool. The opposite, in fact. It"s a record born out of an atmosphere of chaos. It"s harder, darker and more synthetic than its predecessors. It opens with "Love And Respect", which features a guest vocal from Grammy award winning rap artist Killer Mike, who freewheels over chugging, synth-drenched beat. Elsewhere, "Dead Boy" sees Vonsild"s tremulous falsetto digitized and then floated over a semi-ambient sounds- cape, while "Infinity Killer" pitches skittering sound effects against a low-end drone.