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Boomkat Product Review:
This is a re-release of the debut album from the self-proclaimed Casio-Grindcore band Trencher, whose irreverent take on the more brutal end of the metal spectrum manages to cover some fourteen songs within its 17-minute duration: a feat that would make Napalm Death proud. Of course, Napalm Death (to my knowledge at least) never used a Casio keyboard. The lo-fi brutality is something to behold: just cop an earful of 'Hispanic Telepathy Attack', its eerie toy keyboard melodies doubled by crunching guitar riffs to give a comical, but still punishing juxtaposition. Seldom straying over minute-long durations per track, Trencher are certainly concise, but the hidden track right at the tail end of the album's closing number, 'Theodore 'o' Nam' offers a slightly different take on the band's sound: you get a comparatively luxurious two-and-a-half minutes of drum machine-annihilating power electronics by means of epilogue to this all too brief long player.