Thrash thrash thrash! Forty songs of sonic speed trials, many unreleased, remastered, and more. Very 625 style: fast, a bit whacked out, straddling hardcore, punk, and metal crossover. I must admit, it’s hard to listen to forty songs of this style without it blurring into one song. Near impossible. I listened to the Larm discography straight through a few times just to see if I could do it, and it changed me. Not in a good way. My attention span shortened. This is doing the same thing. I do like this, but, fuck, it gets to be a slog. I recommend listening to this in parts for full effect. Then you can appreciate the speed, how they can throw in some catchy and crunching riffs, and the wild, strangled vocals. This disc includes the material from their split with Filthpact, their Hirosehmo EP, a comp track, some live stuff, and mostly unreleased (as mentioned at the top of this paragraph).
–M.Avrg (Revulsion, [email protected])