Earlier material from the band, it's reasonably rough, but very much a proper Magrudergrind recording, especially in the context of that run of split 7"s that they released over the period of 2006-7. Fast, pissy, abrasive. I will admit that out of all of their 7"s, it is my least favourite though. I do also think that the band are getting better and better with this new, 'moshier' direction that they've decided to take. The 2009 s/t LP was down right ball busting. They must be due for a new release soon.
Vomitspawn play a similar style of grind; fast bits with random, charateristically PV tempo changes and blast beats. The vocalist utilises his lower end a bit more than Magrudergrind though.
The seller accidently sent me the Godstomper s/t 7" of all things instead of my original purchase. I freaked out a little, as it kind of dawned on me that it was very possible that he had sent my record to someone else. Luckily he didn't, and he promptly sent me my split, and let me keep the Godstomper EP. Now I'm not at all a fan of Godstomper, though with that said, I haven't actually listened to this 7" in particular. Maybe I will like it. If I don't, one of you pricks are welcome to give me your money for it.
Red wax, an early 625 Thrash release. Maybe it's worth something? I will have to look into it.