May 23, 2017

As I have to list the names of labels that release records in reviews, labels are one of the first things I try to find when I first pick up a record for review. When I see that a veritable shitload of labels came together to put out a record, I think (rightly or wrongly) that it means either the record is really good and the band told everybody and their moms that they could put it out, or it’s barely good enough to release and labels wanted to distribute the risk. After listening to this record, I don’t think that they made too many promises to labels. Of course, I could be wrong. It could just be me who doesn’t want another band that sounds somewhere between Latterman and Joyce Manor in my life. Mine’s on blue vinyl, but that didn’t make it any better. –Vincent (Adagio 830 / Guerilla Asso / Pike, Dog Knights, / Inhumane Discos, / La Agonia De Vivir, / DTTH, / No Routine, / La Tête d’Ampoule, / Unlock Yourself, / Hardcore For The Losers,

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