Featuring members of Super Unison, Amber Inn, etc.
"Really gutsy anarcho-punk, relentless in the style of OG hardcore, to the point where I can almost clearly hear Keith Morris trying to grab the mic and bark along. They manage to get that same clenched eruption off the ground while slinging sludge like the Melvins could hurl. It's a thickness that I wasn't expecting to seep in in the way that it did. I could hear a lot of post-hardcore influence, especially at the end of the tape where they take it home with a manic manifesto that gets more and more emotional. We need more bands like this, especially now." - MaximumRockAndRoll