If you're not familiar with Providence, RI's Daughters, ask yourself this: where the hell have you been? They've basically injected grind and all manners
of extreme heaviness with a much-needed dose of lube, style, and danger. This is their second album, following 2003's "Canada Songs". "Spaz-core
aficionados Daughters are always on the road, cramming peoples' eye holes and ear holes with blasts of high-density noise"- Pitchforkmedia.com.
"Excellent spastic grind and discordant chaos" - Lambgoat.com.
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Manuel from Salinas, CA
Dec 1 2011
Probably one of the best cd's ive ever listened to. Lead singer sounds like a drunk elvis, completely original
Paul from Mid Glamorgan, United Kingdom
Apr 5 2007
this cd is awesome,the vocalist has stopped screaming and kind of sings/drawls...which is a little weird at first but after a good listen it fits perfect..music is still extremely intense with major spazz-outs+time changes,but a few mates dont like the vocals...at all.so if you prefer your scream then canada songs is a better choice but give this time n youll fall in love with it.
Patrick from Urbandale, IA
Nov 13 2006
I like this band. They're original, spastic and intricate. The vocals are a lot more tolerable on this album. The songs don't sound exactly the same as the last like they did on Canada Songs. This cd is awesome.