This is the first release from this desert wasteland group introducing four tracks and 11-plus minutes of explosive, kinetic bedlam. Noisy, rhythmic, dark, and appealingly off, this debut EP is something that could only make sense for a one-sided petroleum picture disc—making it appropriately designed for lazy jerks that hate turning over records. Featuring dead members of Dogs of Ire, Rogue State and Restrained.
“ A palm tree on fire for every tapped wire, there’s a cage for black and brown.”
Comes with a poster and two sided picture disc image by Fritz, as well as a lyric sheet.