The sixth album from this US band.
The band was a trio with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars and vocals.
Scott Kelly from Neurosis appeared on two tracks.
The band is back again with some distorted post-metal and post-punk.
The band is very much a sludge band and that is what we get here on this almost one hour long album.
The album has a dirty sound, befitting the music on this album.
The music is also really primitive and slow. A wall of bass and guitars hits the listener from the first tone.
That actually makes this a pretty interesting album. It's primitive soundscape means the vocalist and guitarist has to work a bit harder.
Not with great success, but they manages to make a pretty decent album. The guitar solos is a bit better this time around and that with help from this Neurosis contributor.
The album is only a decent album as the sound levels are a bit up and down. There are a lot better Yob albums out there and I would recommend checking them out first.