Not quite on par with Human=Garbage, but still a great trip of heavy, crusty sludge loaded with vitriol. The riffs are heavy and catchy and the vocals are intense and passionate. If you like sludge metal or crust punk, be sure to give this disc a shot.
Another wave of negativity.
There's space for some "political" criticism on this one, and also a bitter vision of religion and human relationships, especially in the Internet era.
A real good album but surely not at the levels of Human=Garbage.
Originally recorded in 2004-2005, Dystopia is everything one could hope from the band: strung-out vocals, nasty riffs, and plenty of misanthropic sludge madness. Although they tend to overuse samples (see: "The Growing Minority"), Dystopia's music has grown more paranoid and nihilistic with every year. They get political with their cover of Carcinogen's "Number One Hypocrite" and self-loathing on "My Meds Aren't Working". It's all good crust sludge fun, though.