Their preceding album, Disappoint Yourself, was an ambitious bit of noise-rockin’, and this one follows along the same stylistic lines. Big diff here is that the songs are much more focused in delivery, adding much more impact to the final result. Not that its predecessor wasn’t great in its own right, but the results here are definitely more cohesive when taken as a whole, which is never a bad thing. If they’re not careful, they’re gonna make me a bona fide fan.
–Jimmy Alvarado (Blood Cookie, bloodcookie.bandcamp.com)