Boomkat Product Review:
**Scuzzy rock burners from NYC, with some intriguing detours into darker, ritualist headspace in 'Public Shrine' and the crushing stoner doom of 'First Wave Back'** "After a trifecta of mind-blowing junk-fi albums thick with an intrepid cocktail of revelatory, detuned guitar interplay and Noise music-influenced clatter, PC Worship, the nascent Brooklyn-based collective, is taking its staunchly DIY, experimentally-minded art-rock to the next level. Social Rust, PC Worship’s fourth LP to date and Northern Spy Records debut, may very well be the closest this innovative quartet, led by multi-instrumentalist Justin Frye, has gotten to the conventional rock formula. But don’t be alarmed—PC Worship has, by no means, abandoned its inherent avant-gardist roots. In fact, Social Rust portends a familial group hell bent on blending its own vision of fully realized songcraft and contagious melodicism into its trademark chaotic din. And on Social Rust, PC Worship effortlessly accomplish just that, demonstrating why they are at the forefront of the underground warehouse and loft space landscape in New York City."