Black Hole Kids play with darkness. Shrieking growls akin to black metal are woven into a mellifluous hardcore tapestry. What sets BHK apart is the ease with which they weave what should be so ugly-sounding into art (lyrically, visually, and sonically). Recorded in a bombed-out old firehouse, Easy Maskscan be felt from inception to ingestion, like you’ve been living with it before you even knew it existed. If you like your clothes black and you might spend too much time in dark rooms trapped in introspection, Black Hole Kids are knocking at your door.
–Matt Seward (Social Cancer, socialcancer.net)