I like that you can’t judge this record by its cover. Limited to two hundred copies, housed in hand silkscreened covers, this is a labor of love for sure, with packaging that doesn’t at all convey what’s contained therein. Very Midwestern, with a heavy Steve Albini influence, this is unassuming for such a high concept release. I especially love the vicious second track, “Sunday,” which takes anti-religious punk sentiment to the highest possible level. Doc Dart of The Crucifucks would be proud. As accessible as experimental punk gets, Reacharounds certainly reached me.
–Art Ettinger (Push And Pull)