Toy Train: Noisy, back-beat driven dementia that’s hypnotic, hooky, and hip hoppy. Fantastically, the song’s narrative is a dark, post-apocalypic story line ala “Warriors of the Wasteland” infused through a shaker of a Mr. Boston’s bartender’s guide (ie: “Bloody Mary didn’t pay for a genocide and tonic” and “My body ached for a hot toti.”). It holds together much better than it sounds. Eternal 13: Soaring, guitar-beautiful skaterock sawed from half of Bloodhag’s body that’s a fun and powerful bludgeon and attack while grinding infinite coping. The Cripples: “Split Apart” – ‘60s synthesizer rock being slaughtered and splattered and crashed about on the hard rocks of gauzey guitars. Makes me think of The Mummies, which is a fine thought. “Miracle” is more standard fuzz rock fare that’s repetitive. My least favorite track of the four. All in all, impressively an diverse 7”, scoring with three cool songs.