This was the second vinyl release by William Martyr 17 after the split 7" with Crown Of Glory (I am very interested in getting my hands on their demo tape, when William Martyr 17 were still called Otherwise) and shows some progression in songwriting but has yet a real rattling sound, but those dudes were young at the time of the recordings.
Plunger on the flip side come off as winner here. Sometimes I like their first song here better than the whole posthumous lp, wishing it would last 3 minutes longer. They really learned a lesson from The Hated and Moss Icon. Much Moss Icon. I am still irritated by the lo-fi guitar distortion when the song gets louder.
Don' t take a look at the cover, that' s a bit too much of diy simplicity. There were other versions with better sleeves later and they looked like this.
1. at the ground
William Martyr 17
1. four years long
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