Consisting of four songs playing under five minutes, the Loma Prieta side is expectedly harsh and merciless in tone, ripping through d-beats and frantic breaks with a heavy, noisy distortion that goes straight for your guts. Whether it‘s the ever-changing rhythmical havoc, the evil as fuck bass lines or the abuse of the probably totally innocent snare drum that sets the note for the vocal duo to go batshit, the result is the same: Masterfully crafted, beautiful yet disturbing screamo that is currently without equal. Raein, on the other hand, has only one song to offer – a track which ranges somewhere on the other side of the genre spectrum with its distant vocals shouted in unison over straight chords and a simple but effective main riff that makes for a good hook in each of the verses. this release should definitely not be overlooked, by screamo fans and dissonant hardcore enthusiasts alike. Oh, and Black Flag lovers. Loma‘s fun little cover of “Spray Paint” (the fourth track on the split) is plain awesome.