Review by DJ Kantriphttp://www.darkbohemia.net/reviews.html sums it up nicely (excerpts):
Each song is presented in Unwoman's, unique style of Chamberpop. Elegant cello, laid over clever electronic beats and velvety soundscapes. Elements of her earlier Gothic and Industrial influences poke through what is largely a more Steampunk feeling album. Very much like the ups and downs when going through a nasty breakup, tracks like Pillar of Salt and Haunted take a more quiet and somber sound, then turn around on a dime to become jazzy and bouncy, on Bruises or Habit. Unwoman's vocals remain strong throughout the entire album. Even on the quieter tracks like “Satin” or “The Keys”, there's this unbreakable strength behind her words, which counter the sadness that the lyrics themselves are conveying. As if to say “these are the things I felt, but I'm still here and a bit wiser for having felt them.”
Whether you're looking for an album with some songs to help you heal after a nasty breakup, or want some very nice modern Chamberpop for your music collection, Casualties should be an album you sample and add to your collection.