Even if I hate an album, I'll usually sit through it all at least once, after all, terrible art is still art right? I thought so until I heard the ironically named Quantum Catastrophe. If you've heard ten seconds of this album, you've heard it all. I got about half-way through this until I got antsy turned it off. Its a frustrating listen, the music whirling at hundreds of beats per minute, but stuck on a treadmill. Brain Drill are apparently unaware there's more to musicianship than how many notes you can fit into a microsecond.
Take a bunch of instruments, and throw them in a blender. Now mash those suckers up into an un-discernible mush, while recording the sound that results. Go ahead, I'll wait. rRight, you're back. Congratulations, you have just created your own home-made Brain Drill album, without any 10 dollar purchase price! (Note: Homemade replication of any other questionable substances may result in police interference in your hidden laboratory.)