From Norway, these fellas get literal on Side A: “Buzzin For Hum” is about four shades of repetitive oscillations, humming and buzzing through the pedal-scapes created. Mostly a slow drift, burrowing around until the end, there’s a bounce to the track, almost poppy in its delivery.
Side B: “Dead City” starts off like the first side for a split second before getting angrier and darker real quick. Significantly louder too, the track is more rock compared to the first side, but rock in a Dead C mish-mash of random guitar lines, lots of background noise and amp fuzz and feedback so prevalent, it may as well be the lead singer.
7/10 -- Andrew Murdock Livingston (4 August, 2010)