"The closing 'Endless Reminder' takes the blueprint of Loop and adds a dose of Nine Inch Nails sonic malevolence that all ravelled up with the six pieces preceding it make this EP one of the most gratifyingly pugnacious collections bestowed upon to date."
"To whatever the band’s name actually might refer, its musical lineage is probably easier to define. Of course the mentioned The Velvet Underground paved the way for every band experimenting with stark feedback and noise not as unsolicited but indispensable component. Especially the second album White Light / White Heat heavily leaned on improvisation, strongly distorted guitars and white noise. Considering the time this record came out – the year of peace and love 1968 – makes this album one of the most radical statements in pop’s history, forging extreme noise into a trippy, psychedelic experience."
- limited white pressing
- first time on Vinyl