There are a lot of reasons to be annoyed by White Load, besides its name. The piss-take title, the album cover defacing a Go-Goâ€™s cover, the distasteful press material (â€śYes the band is called White Load and the label is Load. Weird huh? Fuck you.â€ť) This is nasty, but itâ€™s not all dumbshit stuff, as â€śLess Lifeâ€ť proves with its dimestop twists and turns. At least I think itâ€™s â€śLess Lifeâ€ť â€“ the songs are strung together continuously with only count-ins, with only differing guitar tones (rhythm pickup; bridge pickup) to set them apart. Tempos are more or less breakneck the whole way through. Eventually you get beaten down by the waves of noise coming in at about a minute each, and it becomes impossible to tell which song youâ€™re even on. Then you flip the side and repeat. This is about as brutally, classically hardcore as it gets. Itâ€™s like Zen Arcade never happened!