Everything Falls Apart- Relief LP . Wouldn't it be funny if these guys didn't even like Husker Du? Okay, maybe not. The young 'core-kids play hard and flirt with the more melodic side of the genre at times, but that's not to say they can't rip it when needed. Check the mosh part on the closer ("Roses") for eveidence. An even ten tracks that don't pull from the Mould canon as much as you'd think and even remind me a bit of some Leatherface in their more mid-tempo moments. Refreshing in that it's hardcore that isn't following the current trends (mysterious guy Kvlt Ritual stuff, or powerviolence rehash, or poppy bullshit), they pull out a record with hopeful sounding and driving riffs, tough and tasteful vox and a classy reverence for real punk ideals. When they thrash it up, they sound close to Career Suicide without the LA-punk backbone. Well recorded, guitars and vox get good treatment. For fans of working class American hardcore and Rust Belt angst.