Human Error is the first full length album from Fleshcraft and contains 13 tracks of blackened death metal with various other elements incorporated into the sound. The music is crushing and destructive, dark and sinister, with hints of melodic and thrash elements. The band first came to the stage 13 years ago, and had only released a demo in 2002 prior to this release. The band split up in 2005 and many songs were never recorded. After reuniting the band after nearly a decade, the new album, Human Error, contains tracks spanning from the bands early days as well as newer songs that have never been released, showing the bands evolution into a much heavier and crushing, defined sound.