Second and final seven-song LP by this Irish band. THE DAGDA crushes with a heavy, dark, low-end attack, BORN DEAD ICONS-style charging drive and FROM ASHES RISE-style scatching, gruff dual vocals, but dwells on a broader, sweeping mid-period NEUROSIS style apocalyptic vibe and complexity with longer, drawn out compositions that wrap hypnotic, melodic riffs around punishing, heavy crust to further drive the point and dark mood home. An Endless Betrayal is even more epic and dark than their first LP; the mood of this record lingers as the lyrics unfold with stories weaving meaning against organised religion, war, and unchecked technological progress. Killer music for bleak autumn days where the sun sets early. Replace your AMEBIX patched with this band’s logo now. Choice! (KS) – MAXIMUM ROCK’N’ROLL #283
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Every once in a while there’s a band that comes along and ignites a muted flame that has been numbed by this wicked system of thieves.
Makes me wish I was still in crust band, screaming at the kids.
No surrender surrender. No surrender in sight. shawnslaught