by Eli Keszler
rel004 - 2008
"Wolver begins with solo 'double bowed' Crotales which sustain gratingly across side A. The first part of Side B uses low, barely audible feedback and guitars which chug along, while crashing, erratic drums move rapid fire over the top, barreling in and then exiting. The second half of side b is solo nail violin--metallic bass tones resonate and pulse returning to silence. Wolver is a more stripped down release in comparison to R.L.K and Livingston (Rare Youth)."