EEL: Night Parade of 100 Demons: LP

A band from Pittsburgh lays down a ruckus reminiscent of ‘80s Japanese hardcore as interpreted by Disorder. The sound is blown out of whack, the vocals are buried so deep in the mix they sound more like added static than human, and they’ve added an extra layer of noise on top so that things are much more grimy. Everything surprisingly comes together quite nicely, resulting in one bang-up barn burner of a release. –Jimmy Alvarado (Beach Impediment)