A brief split between two crushingly heavy noise/power electronics projects. Disgust goes first, a trio on this release doing a trio of pieces mostly made up of roaring, swirling guitar-keyboards, howled vocals, feedback, and other nastiness. A brief oasis of string sampling lead into the annihilating “Trust,” with brutally misanthropic vocals warning to “trust no one.” It’s got that expert coordination that is the best part of song-oriented power electronics, with massive tension buildup and then the bottom falling out with walls of noise. The flip side by Joshua Norton Cabal also uses vocals to recite an opening poem, but the subsequent storm is more like harsh noise. Later, drill-sergeant screaming is reminiscent of the sense of self-loathing in early Illusion of Safety, which is never a bad thing. A good pairing, this.