Very strange, goth-infused, slow, and brooding, this 10” is the sort of creative experiment that can give a conventional listener nightmares. Very well executed, from the recording on down, I don’t really understand what Resurrectionists are going for, but I’m not entirely against it. The cover artwork pays tribute to the early days of rock’n’roll, but the music is anything but danceable. Simultaneously interesting and frightening, Working Class Since 1832! is a hard nut to crack.
–Art Ettinger (Resurrection, getresurrected.com)