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Boomkat Product Review:
The full-length follow-up to their Comes To Your House album, Big Ripper finds Todd in terrifyingly heavy form, piling on the noise far beyond normal levels of acceptability. All knobs and faders must have been cranked well into the red zone for this album, which was recorded in two days and subsequently mixed within a week, the right sort of time frame for establishing the saturated, explosive spontaneity of the record. 'Track Side Fire' is the best possible start, complimenting the tirade of guitar and drums with impossibly loud streaks of what sounds like a synthesizer, but could be anything. There's very little let up from here on, although 'The (R)Wub' offers a certain amount of respite with its almost discernible vocals and borderline-melodic riffs all collapsing into an oddly pleasant coda. Generally speaking though Big Ripper is about as nasty and face-scouring as noise-rock gets, and Todd pull this off without any of the po-faced aggression that tends to follow hardcore or metal bands; i mean look at that sleeve, you'd never know they sounded this evil.