Iskra, and Doom Siren
Reviewed by Luke Winkie, Fri., May 25, 2012
Scaly, corrosive blasts by locals Doom Siren and anarcho-Canucks Iskra are perfect neighbors on opposite sides of wax. Iskra vibes on the frenetic, high-wire tics of seared crust-punk debauchery, while Doom Siren is slower, subtler, heavier. Both bring an indomitable density, the kind of bleary extreme-music magnitude that drips right through a one-two punch this grubby.
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