Review: Haram – S/T

On first blush, this quartet’s 11-song full-length debut may feel like a fuzzy mimeograph of Fugazi shortly before the century turned. But, after two or three listens, the group’s textured, clattering guitars and half-shouted verses prove to be their own elixir. The record’s middle section — particularly the plodding “Deal,” the buzzsaw-blitz of “Disease” and the sprawling, emotive “Plastic Hearts” — is the most intoxicating and features the songs most likely to leave you hungry for more. – Punk Planet, July/August 2006

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