I listened to it and I think I enjoyed it honestly more than I thought I would. I think the thing that keeps me from really getting into Bjork's discography is her tendency to have a more anti-rhythmic style if that makes any sense. I don't hold that as a mark against her though. She has a great singing voice/style and I appreciate her willingness to sound different with each release, The gabber influence was an unexpected, yet enjoyable, addition, and something about the whole thing felt "retro" in some way, but in a good way. It kinda reminded me of the stuff I'd hear when I was first introduced to the IDM/Electronica scene back in the mid 2000s as a point of reference.
In here is a tragedy, art thou player or audience?
Be as it may, the end doth remain:
all go on only toward death.
There is nothing which cannot become a puppet of fate
or an onlooker, peering into the cage.