Stop on the dime St. Louis outfit that plays music that is a mixture of Motorhead meets Discharge, leaning a little more in the metal spectrum. The name of the band should have given that point away. The lyrics are more on a personal view of what disturbs them. The production is tight, not overblown to make it sugar coated. It is balanced and the energy level is in the red. The sound is pummeling yet pleasing to these ears. Their angst is truly felt through the music. This is their second full length and is every bit as good as their first. Worthy of a notice.
–don (Beer City)