14 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Boston band follow up their reunion record with an even heavier post-punk attack on The Obliterati. The politically fueled rants are matched by the incessant pounding of opener "2Wice," while the urgent bassline of "Spider's Web” heads straight into an inferno of distortion. Hints of lightness lend some breathing room throughout, like the sweet harmonies peeking through "Donna Sumeria" and the mournful cello and glimmering harmonics dotting the doomy thriller "13."

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Boston band follow up their reunion record with an even heavier post-punk attack on The Obliterati. The politically fueled rants are matched by the incessant pounding of opener "2Wice," while the urgent bassline of "Spider's Web” heads straight into an inferno of distortion. Hints of lightness lend some breathing room throughout, like the sweet harmonies peeking through "Donna Sumeria" and the mournful cello and glimmering harmonics dotting the doomy thriller "13."

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