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|2.5 average||EarthboundHellion37 | August 31st 20|
Glad I didn't spend the money to pre-order this like I originally wanted to. The first three songs are pretty rad but after that it becomes borderline unlistenable. I like noisy music as much as the next grindcore fan but it's hard to anyone sitting down listening to the latter half of this release and thinking "Oh yeah, that's the good stuff".
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|2.5 average||Erwann S. CONTRIBUTOR | September 15th 20|
First three tracks are kinda cool grindy metalcore, last three are noise stuff done by dudes who don't seem to really know how to do proper noise. Noisy core yes, but pure noise? Nah. Shame shame shame. 2.3
|2.5 average||BRAman22 | September 5th 20|
Like everyone said, first 3 are solid Pig Destroyer last 3 are noise. Don't mind the first noise song, could've been a decent album interlude to break up the grind, but yeah I don't wanna listen to consecutive songs of it that keep getting longer.
|3.5 great||Grumpy | August 28th 20|
It was great! The Pig Destroyer dudes created another more experimental EP, with a fresh and exciting sound. The first half contains more typical grind tracks, including their latest singles, accompanied by a huge punch in the second half which contains lots of noise, drones and sound samples - hats off, Blake Harrison!
|2.5 average||terriblekonrad | August 27th 20|
I dont know what to think about it. Its quiet interesting, production is well, but the second
half sounds like no PG, just strange Code Orange ripoff. So 2.5/5, i guess
|3.0 good||Coast | September 22nd 20|
|3.0 good||em17ah | September 18th 20|
|3.0 good||YUJOS | September 10th 20|
|3.0 good||jmh886 | September 2nd 20|
|2.5 average||P0laris | September 1st 20|
|3.0 good||Veldin | August 31st 20|
|3.5 great||Thor | August 30th 20|
|3.5 great||botb | August 28th 20|
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