There’s something empowering about bands self-releasing their records. Like an employee owned and operated brewery, it just puts a smile on my face. Record labels are as important as ever, it’s just different. Street Eaters kill it on their second proper full-length. The drums stampede in frantic unison while the bass sounds like a meteor shower, but the meteors aren’t burning up in the atmosphere. Hubs of civilization aflame. Chaos reigns. Process that and then add two of the most dynamic and powerful vocalists in punk today. If something gets described as crusty or art-punk, it can be met with reservations, but Street Eaters relentlessly bring those elements (and more!) together in true, devastatingly beautiful harmony. 

 –Daryl Gussin (Nervous Intent [US] / Contraszt! [Europe])