Charging d-beats and gang vocals. Scandi hardcore by way of Florida. The A side is four new blunt, guttural rippers, while the B side is some tracks from various splits. Solid stuff all around. And for all the shit talking I’ve done on pic discs, this record almost makes me want to take it back. Bleak graphics that really fit the music and artistically are pretty breathtaking. Compared to other bands on No Idea, I never really gave The Holy Mountain much attention, but this record makes we want to dig a little deeper into their catalog.
–Daryl Gussin (No Idea)