TOTAL GRINDCORE! Bringing the noise without reserve, these guys are absurdly fast, tight, and ruthless! To say the least, this is a 2010 grind gem; both bands drop heaping layers of face-shredding intensity that results in a terrorist assault of straight brain damage. I Abhor start you off with ?Downfall?, where semi-clean, fat guitar joins a cymbal ride to create an austere, Ass?ckian atmosphere. The first few seconds of this song make you wonder whether or not you're going to get some ?Corporal Jigsore Quandary? action, but then I Abhor rev the engines and reveal their true nature. Dueling vocals battle over fantastic drumming while the guitars mostly slink and slither deep in the mix. Wormrot hand you your ass. If you are a fan of Abuse, this is mandatory ownage. These eight tracks reveal a band moving forward, gaining momentum, writing better songs and gunning for glory. Each tune has an individual personality, astounding hooks and complete memorability. ?Twelve? gives us a Sesame Street sample out of left field and showers us with screams for 15 seconds. ?Critical Human Stupidity? then dispenses a deft punk intro in 4/4 time that will throw you for a loop with its gleaming simplicity. A gurgle from Arif lets us know this motif won't last long. 35 seconds in we get a superlative riff that mutates through another groove and devolves into a barrage of blasts.