I was unfamiliar with this project, which evidently used to hail from northeast Ohio and now calls the Florida gulf coast home. At least the logo is amusing, with its homage to the classic metal band Death, and a band that states that they are on Bandcamp and Yelp is one that is not taking itself too seriously, which I respect. I have really enjoyed the stuff that Inner Demons has been putting out, but not even Babe Ruth was able to bat 1000. If you like your noise subtle, this may be up your alley. This is a lot of rumbling, low end noise, with just enough static to keep it interesting, but it doesn’t really seem to go anywhere. It’s like Sloth took the same loop and ran it 20 times. This is kind of like the aural equivalent of watching the static on TV when there is no signal - easy listening for the noise set, but not really my cup of tea. Your mileage may vary, however. This album weighs in at around 20 minutes and is limited to 42 copies.