On the disc, the band tears through 14 tracks of blackened, dystopian hardcore. But, as they cut through their 90-second smashers, there are flashes of classic Anarcho-punk, slight deviations into stoner metal and even a few winks towards classic space-rock. Throughout the whole thing, Logan's rumbling guitar serves as the backbone, sounding as much like a instrument as it does a Harley-Davidson. Meanwhile, Hall channels Penelope Houston and Amy Miret, creating a sound that is as mean as it is rocking.
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