Boomkat Product Review:
Billed as sounding like a cross between Merzbow and Nirvana, Horacio Pollard combines laptop noise assaults with a kind of synthetic rock music sound. You might more accurately account for Pollard's sound as being a meeting of Wolf Eyes and Knifehandchop, with the unhinged feedback explorations of the former mixed in with the relentless drum machine silliness of the latter. 'I Found You Down A Crevasse' is all electronic fizz and triple time Max Tundra-style general midi bass programming, a cocktail of sounds that seem to be pretty much for the course on this chronically daft album. 'Through The Valley Of Geysers' playfully skips between almost prog-like synth phrases and a kind of lo-fi Nine Inch Nails-style approach to industrial strength drum programming. All very bizarre. The album is probably at its best on more thunderous noise cuts like 'Merapi Folk Know' which is actually a pretty decent approximation of the kind of caustic audio slurry the aforementioned Wolf Eyes were pumping out on their Human Animal LP.