For those who missed it on the MyMiniFactory page linked above:
A quite new addition to the Death Fields circuit, the Damned were abducted recently from their broken home. These unfortunate humans were part of a powerful and wide-ranging end-of-days cult in human space that believed only strict separation from the rest of humanity would save them from the coming galactic apocalypse. To that end in the late 2300s they secretly funneled monies to construct a space habitat in a remote system with no habitable worlds. Here they hoped to live unnoticed by the rest of humanity. Unfortunately for them, they did. Within twenty years, minor and then major systems began to fail and few of the new generation had taken their training seriously. Rival factions claiming to know the "true path" silently formed. As their habitat began to fail around them, terrorist acts and then open conflict began to erupt. The factions took over the remaining habitable sections and continued their war as the station fell apart around them. Chemicals, poor air quality, exposure to radiation, and other pollutants caused a high number of birth defects. Over the next twenty years no inhabitant was without mutation or severe chronic illness. Yet the war dragged on. In the midst of this, a highly trained squad of soldiers of one of the two factions - The Damned - was abucted from the station. They've now had decades on the Death Fields circuit where they are a deadly force to be reckoned with. Although easily fixed by the advanced technology available to their owner, many wear their mutations and scars as a mark of pride. This multi-part and full figure set includes a whopping 239 files both supported and unsupported. We can't wait to see what you come up with!
The backstory seems pretty much right in line with the open-ended, less-is-more, pan-galactic, time-and-space-jumping backstory that the Death Fields already works in. The sculpts are broad enough to work for any sort of post-apocalyptic cultist concept you can imagine, if you want to create your own backstory to them, or adapt the default to something you like better, and naturally these models would be super-easy to plug into comparable 40K factions with their detailed backstories.
I like creating my own backstories and would do that myself anyway, but the default is fine for what it needs to be.
I still haven't made the leap to 3D printing, so I'm afraid it'll be a while before I can do anything with the digital version of these, but I'd pretty surely jump at several boxes of these if they were released as a hard plastic kit.
The scuplts on the whole look great to me, though I think I'd prefer the mutations to be downplayed a bit, and would have liked to seen more of the sculpts border on a sort of gaunt, emaciated, living-dead look, with more of a worn-out and home-made look to the gear and weapons overall... something just a tad bit more moldy, cobwebbed, and gothic in texture, if you will, for a faction that has been sealed up and buried in the darnkess and damp of their apocalyptic vaults and bunkers for a very, very long time...
I can't really complain about what we've got, though: it's a darned cool set as-is, and ought to mix-and-match with some other fun stuff for even more variety and texture (I'm thinking the Frostrave Barbarians and Frostgrave Cultists would make some nice sets to bash into The Damned!)