Noisy, blown-out madness. Distortion and feedback reign supreme with two songs that sound like they were recorded in an empty warehouse and sound is bouncing all around. Despite the spacious sound, the noise creates a dense, near impenetrable layer that becomes this abstract mass that hovers in the air between you and your stereo. Can’t be ignored, and as the songs go, the listener can pick out bits and pieces with each listen. “High Country” is my personal pick of the two—starts off slow and drawn out, builds up with more and more sound, then shifts into something more distorted and relentless.

 –M.Avrg (Vinyl Rites,