This combines the band’s first 7” on Catalyst and newer material, which is a bit more straight forward. The first (new) tracks showcase a more traditional approach to hardcore which, while retaining a lot of new school elements, feel like they are going for a more solid impact. It’s full of droning fast parts and bouncy mid tempo breakdowns, chugged out parts, pissed off vocals and thought provoking lyrics. Strong similarities with Hope Con, which are no wonder due to shared members. The last tracks from the EP are more organic in their progressions and influences, which have a wider range that at times borrows more from screamo and at times rely more on metallic song structuring to deliver their payload. A strong release for anyone who loves well written 90’s music and lyrics.