For both the healthy use of blast beats and the female fronted vocals, I can't help but compare this to Cloud Rat. It's perhaps a bit more musically unpredictable though, as La Luna throws curve balls at the listener left and right with sudden stops and time changes.
The sparse melodic undertones are also a nice change of pace as their sprinkled in throughout, exchanging the all out screaming for a determined spoken word vocal. I'm interested to see how this all comes across in the live setting.
Take a listen here.