Mid-west technical wizardry at it's finest, and this is the band's debut! Six relentless tracks of chaotic heaviness blasting and screeching it's way around spiraling guitars that lead into absolutely punishing breakdowns. Weird little jazzy interludes keep this extra-interesting, but overall this is just pure genre-blending brutality. An excellent debut and highly recommended for fans of anything complicated, technical and weirdly pummeling.
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Dave from Guelph, ON Canada
Jul 21 2006
This is actually Dave Norman from Whitby/Guelph/Waterloo ONTARIO, and Stow OHIO.
By Back When's standards ... this is crap. But it's still really good! Just nowhere near as good as We Sang As Ghosts or the best ep ever (swords against the father). Fast and unmelodic, chaotic and unstructured, and the screaming isn't nearly as amazing as the ep. Good step forwards though, because this band transformed themselves after this ep. God I love Back When (just not this ep, it's only mediocre).
Chris from Sherburne, NY
Jan 13 2006
INTENSE!!!! if you want the soundtrack of witnessing a murder then subsequently helping dismember the body and hiding it in your walk in meat locker....look no further. this will kill your face. definite must buy if you like dillinger escape plan, ed gein, or alot of the level plane roster. just buy it already.