Spit It – the first song they wrote together – comes on like Mars Volta playing with vintage Primus, if Les Claypool had ever written a catchy song. Denied has a tasty touch of classic Seattle grunge in the quiet/loud dynamic. You’re The Hammer I’m The Slab was the standout when I saw ‘em at Epic and is similarly impressive here. Closer South America may be the most straightforward track here, albeit that there is an almost surreal spoken word interlude and straightforward is comparative when talking about HANK.
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