Dash' is just over eight minutes long, and it's forty-three tracks. If you've heard the band before then you might know what this means - short hyperactive bursts of the finest extreme noise punk the world has likely ever witnessed. And I don't say that lightly, noise punk that is; there are instruments or at least there were, at some point, but these are chiselled away by hellish jackhammer beats and electrical blasts. It is telling that Lasse Marhaug joins the core duo of John Wiese and Corydon Ronnau for these recordings. The Norwegian noise God injects his distinct sonic signature into proceedings, giving 'Dash' even more haphazard intensity, and a few Norse numericals for those with a keen ear. It might be brief, but at no point should you think that 'Dash' is any less satisfying than any other noise album you'll hear this year. A huge recommendation (boomkat)
Recorded February 2010, Los Angeles, California at F-House.