The L.A. kings of oontz music return with their second album, a heavy-beat-driven, unabashed party record. It’s impossible not to see these things blasting from giant speakers in an arena full of sweaty twentysomethings. That is to say, The Glitch Mob aren’t subtle, but they are very good at doing big. Guest vocalist Aja Volkman appears on two of the album best tracks, the slow-burning “Our Demons” and club-ready “I Need My Memory Back.” And the Fever Ray-ish Metal Mother helps “Becoming Harmonious” achieve liftoff. Meanwhile, the trio go solo on hard-hitting “Skullclub” and “Can’t Kill Us,” which seem to rip the speakers apart no matter how loud the volume is set. Who knows how long the EDM craze will last, but on Love Death Immortality, The Glitch Mob are living like there’s no tomorrow.