Noise gunk spunk that sounds more improvised than supervised. Chunks of drums rain down among the dense grind, guitars churn, and the vocalist sounds like he’s suffering a dehydration headache. Eight chaotic blasts of this stuff. Think of No Babies meeting Discordance Axis with Arab On Radar on the sideline. As much as this is chaotic and wild, it tends to get tedious after a couple songs. Maybe their strength is in the live show.
–M.Avrg (Fevers, febriphobia.us)