My knee-jerk reaction to this was that it was a nice bit of aggressive garage punk with some synth lines thrown in to add color. As I got deeper into it that opinion started to change, as the synth took on a more prominent role in their sound and the songs became a bit more primal and caustic. By the time you get to the droney sway of the closer, “Poppers,” it is almost like yer listening to an entirely different band, though one just as kickass. I really, really like when that happens.
–jimmy (Snot Releases)