With 46,248 Punk, Metal, Indie, HXC & Ska items!
Welcome to INTERPUNK!
Returning Customer?
Please log in here
New Customer?
Open an account here
Log out ^Not you?

Thank you for shopping at!
View your cart
Saved Carts
Secure checkout

10% OFF Small Merch
Special In-Stock Vinyl
Exclusive Limited Vinyl
See What Just Sold

  Special Vinyl
  T-Shirt Finder
  New Releases
  Just Added
  On Sale
  Record Label
  Song Title
  IP Local


Click to view a larger image


(Frodus, Black Sea, Fugazi)

Lovitt 33

Released on April 19, 2004


" Disconnection_Imminent" is an extension of ideas hinted at in the CDep. With more bravado, the album is kinetic but measured. As an unconscious reaction to overt falsity and the current stream of commerce, Decahedron lashes out to create a political record that lacks neither intelligence nor passion. Lally's trademark sinewy bass lines and Hamacher's lockstep drumming are the perfect foil for Cinca's taut guitar work. Decahedron combines sharp invective and blistering ferocity to produce one of the most memorable full-length debuts.

View other music on the same record label

Average Customer Rating: 3 with 2 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Delete False Culture Voted #1  25%
2 No Carrier Voted #2  21%
3 Module 1  4%
4 Pay No Mind  8%
5 Not These Homes  0%
6 Every City Is A Prison  0%
7 Burning Lights Voted #3  21%
8 Lt. Col. Questions Himself  8%
9 At The Corner Of Shuylkill  13%
10 Dislocation  0%
11 Endings  0%
Vote for your favorite songs by clicking the green checkmark above

People Who Bought This Item Also Bought

Click for more info
Jersey's Best Dancers CD
Click for more info
Black Eyes
Cough CD
Click for more info
Dillinger Escape Plan
Miss Machine CD
Click for more info
Furniture 7"
Click for more info
Cassettes CD
Click for more info
Black Sea
Black Sea CD
Click for more info
Evens CD
Click for more info
2005 CD
Click for more info
Harmonic Tremors CD
Click for more info
Legendary Demo CD

Customer Reviews

Displaying both of the 2 customer reviews
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Click to view all reviews by this person
Dave from Whitby, ON Canada 
Mar 27 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I thought this was okay. Not nearly as good as the last Frodus album, but I can't complain. Or did I? Anyhoos, very post-rock/hardcore along the lines of Frodus, but less interesting. I like the Black Sea EP more (they had to change their name after that due to legal reasons) but that costs as much as this full length and has only 3 songs. Mediocre.

Click to view all reviews by this person
Miles from Seal Beach, CA 
Jun 6 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Damn good cd. Picks up where Frodus left off and nicely combines some Fugazi via Joe Lally's bass playing. Good, good stuff.

© 1997-2021 Interpunk Inc. All rights reserved. Our Privacy Policy Read our disclaimer.