This CD-R comes with a pretty succinct but in-depth band history. It seems that they broke up during recording because the band didn’t think the lead vocals were good enough to record (I wish more bands would follow that lead). So, after some time, the singer decides to ignore that and release it himself. Bad mistake. The band was right; the vocals are terrible. Then again, this seems kind of like the pot calling the kettle black: the music (though they describe themselves as sounding like D4), is super-basic and repetitive. One uninspired pop punk song played nine times.