Artwork, sound production and feel of the songs go hand in hand to create a somewhat bleak, moody, cold-war-80s-post-punk influenced output that breathes the spirit of worn-out tapes. super cool.
Favorite track: Corpse In Motion.
“Mud, din, and exasperation baked into brick. Gasped, throaty and aching vocals pass through branches of watery modulation and crunch, with enough pace to incense bodies in motion and enough deviation in tempo to offer crystallised glimpses of, no doubt intended, utter anger. Rumours of melody taper and fade nicely into passages of three chord anarchic punk and dalliances with atonal and free-form guitar punishment. Capped off by buzzing cover art pitting a pastel sunset against the gangrenous shades of Death, and a moreish soundscape collab with Luke Tristram. Like UK Decay being pen pals with Peace Corpse chatting about Parálisis Permanente.”
- Jonah Falco
Recorded by Lindsay Corstorphine at Devil's Mango III
Mastered by Daniel Husayn at North London Bomb Factory
Art & Layout by Juan Sebastián Rosillo
Intro made in collaboration with Luke Tristram