A contender for my top LP of 2018. The only gripe I have about this is the layout, it could’ve been so much more…

I’ve heard a lot of comparisons with Leeway but it’s a lazy similarity at best. This is unique, which obviously makes it so good. The riffs can feel disjointed at times but to me it’s a consistent personality of the song writing, not an attempt to fill each track with “parts”.

The recording isn’t bad but nothing special. Another highlight of why it’s so good – it doesn’t need to be huge or well produced, the song writing and style speaks for itself.