Engorged opens up this insanely brief split disc with some of their most effective material to date, if for no other reason than they crank out five tracks in a mere seven minutes! These songs are more traditionally gore grind oriented than their more recent output, coming off with a stronger hint of Carcass worship in the use of thick, raw recording tones, lots of guttural growls, short songs, and sparse melody. "The Crate" is a more memorable piece ? midpaced at the start and using faster vocal patterns with a good sense of energy, and "Lonesome Death" makes the best use of speed blended with killer midpaced breaks.Gruesome Stuff Relish (Spain) follows with a mere three tracks in a very similar vein, but as mentioned their recording is heavier and clearer, giving the vocals much more of a nasty texture and letting the songs possess more overall punch. The constant vocal layering can get old after awhile because it's way over the top and breaks up the flow, but the riffs are pretty damn good so they definitely write solid tunes.