The label had this to say about the release:
You can check out some music on their Band Camp.
The great thing about the hardcore scene(s) is that members from different bands are always up to the challenge of creating new music with each other. It's been happening since always and there have been some great side-projects and bands come out of the willingness to experiment and explore. The sound of Fires & Floods is well-steeped in hardcore but there is a meanness and ferocity permeating throughout. It's taking the best and harshest aspects of hardcore, grind, and even speed metal and shaking them until a new sound is made. Or something close to that.