The ever long-running Suppression continues to mutate and warp music with every new record. This one is less grindy than you might remember them being, and more bent math rock weirdness. Something like Fat Day crossed with what Mike Watt is doing these days. No Comply, who are back from the dead (did they ever really go away?), will sonically place you back in 1997, the peak and decline of powerviolence. They are noisier than I remember, but still raw and to the point. Spazz is a definite influence in the lyrics and sound, mixed with some noise excursions here and there. I prefer these guys over the cutesy “powerviolence” bands that sell pencils and gloss. 

 –M.Avrg (To Live A Lie)