This feels.... kinda haphazard. On my first pass it felt like going from the bassline to the synth around the 30 second mark gave me some sort of whiplash. I gave it a second listen to check that; while the bass is deep enough that I actually struggle to make much of it out, what I can pick up prepares me for a completely different key than I end up getting once the synths come in. So that's interesting.
Even ignoring that, though, most of this just feels like different layers being thrown on top of each other like some sort of sound lasagna, but within that metaphor there doesn't seem to be much consideration for how the individual flavors work together beyond sounding electro. While I expect a level of dissonance in something titled "The Glorious Culling," not a lot here feels like it actually fits together.
That all said, whatever sound kicks in around the 2:30 mark is easily the high point of the whole affair. It broke up the noise with a more melodic center, while still adhering to the chaos of it all. I don't think it could carry an entire song on its own, especially as the fairly brief and simple loops that it and most of the other layers seem to be composed of, but it is a point of interest in that, in those fleeting moments, things sort of come together.