Dark, bestial, moving. The whole EP feels modern, yet at the same time conjures up images of 80s slasher films. But really, Nocturne City is pensive. I would decidedly choose this word as the most fitting to capture the mood of the EP. Though it throbs ('Welcome to Nocturne City'), cuts ('Vengence'), stretches longingly ('Fantasy'), and struts ('Night Business'), Nocturne City is confident in its affections. It is emotive, but mostly reflective; it is muscular, but mostly sensitive.
Favorite track: Vengeance (The Return Of The Night Driving Avenger) [Bonus Track].