|1.||"Late Night Call" (7:42)|
|2.||"Speed Of Light" (3:39)|
|1.||"The Trip" (6:50)|
Perennially paranoid technoid subvert Grand Mal X makes his debut on Rivet's rising Kess Kill. As always, it's a submersing affair that begins on a slow, steady, treacle-like dirge before developing and mutating into a narrative that's just as new romantic as it is futuristic and nihilistic. From the swampy, metallic barbed poetry of "The Trip" to the looming soundscapes and foreboding forecast of "Rabbit", Grand Mal X has painted a unique picture once again.
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