It's a shame. Sinaloa put out some pretty nice material here, but it is absolutely dwarfed by Ampere's. It just goes to show how far Ampere was (and is) ahead of their contemporaries. With that said, Ampere's side of Split Recording is ferocious and cathartic, mixing high amounts of intensity, the smallest of melodic breaks, and their top-notch technicality to create yet another batch of winners, the best of which being "In Antiquity". Sinaloa's side, as stated before, is good in its own right. It's more melodic, but less dynamic, and the thin production doesn't exactly help things either. Still, tracks like "Teeth To Tongue" really bring some evocative moments to the table. In all, this is a very good split LP and is definitely recommended to fans of screamo.