This came out in 2003 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):
HOME BASE: The opening slot at The Royal Albert, The Zoo or Collective Cabaret.
GENRE: The sounds of violence.
REVIEW: Never mind hiding your daughters — bolt down everything in your house before you put this muther on the stereo. Current and former members of Meatrack, KEN mode and Electro Quarterstaff pool their considerable talents on this seven-track EP. And manage to create something larger — and more destructive — than the sum of its parts. Anchored by the rhythm section’s propulsive swagger, constructed from layers of high-tech, high-tension guitar riffage and topped by Jeff LaPlante’s slashed-throat vocals, these bruising cuts pack all the carnivorous menace of vintage SST punk like Black Flag.