11 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The heaviest of swan songs. Billed as the New Jersey unit’s final LP, Dissociation is arguably their finest, a culminating effort whose violent mood shifts and tangles of barbed guitar are met with dark, atmospheric grandeur. From the dizzying post-hardcore of “Limerent” to the dystopian R&B of its title track and schizophrenic thrills of “Low Feels Blvd,” its impact is felt long after it’s over. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

The heaviest of swan songs. Billed as the New Jersey unit’s final LP, Dissociation is arguably their finest, a culminating effort whose violent mood shifts and tangles of barbed guitar are met with dark, atmospheric grandeur. From the dizzying post-hardcore of “Limerent” to the dystopian R&B of its title track and schizophrenic thrills of “Low Feels Blvd,” its impact is felt long after it’s over. 

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