I recently got to see this band live and even though the singer had to sing without a mic for half the set, it was still abrasive in all the right ways. This band reminds me of an awkward, lonely kid who turns bully, but instead of bullying other defenseless, awkward kids, he turns his anger on those who deserve it. It’s frightening in that way. It’s also inspiring and motivating. Once you’ve processed that feeling, imagine it seeping out of your speakers in the form of hardcore that’s a strange but gratifying mix of Pegboy, Hüsker Dü, and Crucifix, and you’ll understand why people have been making a big deal about this band.
–Daryl Gussin (Life’s A Rape)