Really wasn’t expecting much from this. I mean, the cover looks like it belongs on some nondescript black metal album, and the clandestine obscenity of the band’s name didn’t set my expectation bar very high. So imagine my surprise when I found myself scooping my brains off the floor midway through the first track. These guys dole out five tracks of heavy-duty gruff ’n’ tumble thrash with lyrics only slightly more complex than Discharge’s slogan-as-haiku approach. If you’re lookin’ to give yourself a headache in all the right ways, these guys will more than do the trick.