Another odd facet in the progression of releases from the seven-piece hardcore assemblage known as pg. 99. This album deviates even further from the expected, as the songs here are longer and more space-oriented, while maintaining the chaotic and noisy elements that has defined their sound to date. (Vampire children are waiting in your bowels, flip the light switch.) The collages of sound found here are arguably the most mature and well-recorded pieces pg. 99 has produced to date, as they surpass the lo-fi sounds of Document #8 and the band's split with Majority Rule. Definitely a must-have for fans of noisy hardcore that focuses more on expression than mosh.
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