At The Drive-In "Interalia"

While certainly not as overwhelming as their debut that splashed at the turn of the century, the band dishes up a nostalgic release for the die-hards who just needed another fix. There's plenty of meat on the bone, with "Tilting At The Univendor" making the biggest splash, while the rest of the record teeter-totter's between malcore's greatest hits, and water under the bridge. It's unfortunate it took the band seventeen years to put anything out. Recording is really just sitting with a sound producer who knows what he's doing, and viola! an EP is released. But for such a big gap between releases, it's really just necessary for the element of surprise than for the actual release itself. Their return to form is a bigger highlight than the actual release itself, which unfortunately eclipses the tracks at hand. 

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