11 Songs, 43 Minutes


Six albums in, the Pennsylvania punks embrace the darkness.

Apple Digital Master


Six albums in, the Pennsylvania punks embrace the darkness.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

Joann_Prizon ,

I am here because of Jackson

Jackson the Space Dog had a youtube video about this album coming out. And if Jackson says it's good, I buy it.

Jonathan5746886547790 ,

They dropped the ball on this one

I've been a fan of these guys for years, in fact NCTH is my favorite album of all time, but my god this entire record is just the sappiest lyrical mess ive listened to since La disputes first record. The sheer level of whine we have come to love has out grown itself into a overdramatic sob story. The lyrical content is unimaginative, while the vocal profomace drops from being passionate and live in to grossly bleat. The biggest issue this record has is just that, a dull and dragged out profromance with a gleamy spurts of dreamy gurtiar leads you wish held more place. With the small exception of Pyramids of Salt and the title track, this is as stripped down as it comes. Even with that being said, neither of those tracks make up for the stale taste this album straves with each trackshowing only to be more skeletal then the last. It's bland and uninspired compared to literally everything they've released. As disappointed i am in this record, I'm glad its not a absolute bomb, but its nothing special.

Bob Geldoph ,

Jackson the Space Dog sent me

I saw Jackson the Space Dogs youtube announcemen of this album so I knew I had to check it out. I am glad I did.

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