This is the third of three Digital Hardcore releases on the domestic Grand Royal label. Oddly enough, it's probably the strangest also. Whereas Atari Teenage Riot and Ec8or had a definite sound, this one man wrecking crew flies through several different sounds on this full length release. Instead of attacking with harsh vocals and anti-conformist and government statements, Shizuo instead attacks with a slice and dice assault of sound.
His first track "Sweat" moves along with a slowed-down breakbeat and almost sounds like twitched-out hip-hop. There are little horn bursts and huge bombs of bass that give the track a funky, but hard edged groove. His very next number "Punks" is sort of a speed-thrash lo-fi ode of sorts. Several times, the sequencer sounds like it either jams or is just plain screwed-up as the same riff bursts out over and over again. Carl Crack of ATR actually does some vocals on one track, but besides a couple others, this album relies much more on wacked out sounds to make a point. It's definitley not like the other two releases thus far on the label. Besides, weren't you getting sick of all the yelling anyway?