More music by Sujo, perhaps Ryan Huber of Olekranon and Iman Records, but here branching out to a label from Greece, 1000+1 Tilt. The music here moves more and more towards rhythm and noise, instead of the previous more noise based assaults. Sujo switches on a rhythm machine - slow and powerful is the pre-set of choice and then checks if all his stomp pedals work - they do - strums one chord and feeds it on through his stomp boxes, along the like wise stomping of the rhythm. Somewhere there may a voice sample, such as towards the end of the title track. Sometimes a bass loop gets looped around as a sort of basis. Nice one, this one. Indeed heavy duty music, firmly like a brick of concrete in the world of noisy guitar rock. Thirty minutes of guitar terror. (Fdw) -- vital weekly