The musical pedigree of Maryland's Wilderness stems from the likes of The Fall, This Heat, Savage Republic, Public Image Ltd., and Joy Division,
without sounding like any of them, and whose music is every bit as spirtual as it is visceral, as nuanced as it is overt, and as communal and allembracing
as it is culturally alienating and nihilistic. Their first 7-inch contains two previously unreleased songs. On "Living Through", thundering bass
and dangerous shards of guitar splatter before James Johnson as he walks his plank, while on "Part Ways", Will Goode channels his pummeling drums
through the gates.