CHEMICAL THREAT: The Price You Pay: CDEP

A homemade six-song CDEP with a xeroxed black and white booklet and burnt CD. As expected, the production sounds slightly better than recording a band with a boombox. The playing is likewise very sloppy. The songs were a little bit okay, but Jesus H. Christ, Chemical Threat, do a couple extra takes in the studio so your guitar, bass, and drum tracks don’t have blatant mistakes in every fucking song. Very basic, been-done-before, ‘80s hardcore sound, but far worse songs than the bands that they draw upon for influences.

 –Jake Shut (Self-released )