More scummy dirt from the band gaining speed since their Blackout vinyl debut in 2004. They are as consistent as any band out there, with a dirge in the garage and fuzz in the air with two full-lengths and a bunch of singles. They must stay in the basement all week. This is a band that makes completists out of even the laziest garage punk fans. Get it and keep it.
–mike (A Fistful of Records, [email protected]