and Lane from Hell, Michigan, USA do create an explosive mix of
metal and hardcore punk and heavy sampling. More profoundly, the plot
of this 7-minute issue is quite simple – most of the tracks are
started off either by witty spoken word snippets or electronic
introductions and thereafter followed by heavy noodling on the
guitars. For sure, the duo provides no rest-up with such hellish sort
of skronks. It's all about outright power, angriness, cynicism and
sarcasm. And presented by a healthy dose of misanthropy. It can be
assumed those feelings are controlled by the artistry. I am convinced
the duo's purpose is not to provide a singular sonic pattern but
influence the audience with an overwhelming barrage of squalling
changes and twitchy disturbance within the contrast-enriched buildup.
It's a sort of stimulant. The 8-track issue is the duo's one of the
earliest releases being released under the umbrella of Torn Flesh
Records. From Hell, honestly?