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'Hard like a cinder block of rusty nails...A band whose decibel and ferocity levels approach Slayer-like (really) proportions...At the peak viscosity points in their performance, they're Beavis and Butthead's alpha visions of themselves - axe-wielding, beat pounding, noisy metallic to the core - with just that little whiff of pop bleeding through during the harmonies. Speaking of things bleeding, if/when you see them live - don't forget the earplugs, if only to save enough of your hearing for the next time.' -Jenyk.com After terrorizing the Pentecostal church next door with seemingly endless hours of high-decibel tonal experimentation (executed in a cavernous former storefront church), Doctors Kimball, Kominsky, and Hunter moved out to a broken-down old cottage oustide of the city and in the summer heat of 2002 to sweat out the music that would form their first album. People are Breeding... was completed in the fall of 2002 with Mark Ospovat at his analog studio, Emandee, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. 'They make loud, raunchy rock tunes that will make you go deaf...this Brooklyn crew means business.' - Lio, Crashinin.com A transgressive and undefinable combustion of thrashing blasts and orgiastic rhythmic variations with vocals that range from agonizing howls to delicate harmonies, the EP was eagerly snatched up by peers in the community and immediately accorded their shows throughout the forefront of the Brooklyn/New York scene. Their electric performances quickly garnered a reputation for smart, fierce velocity and raw power.