Those expecting a phase-shift to minimalist quietude from this release based on its title are in for a shock I think. Though this fourth release from the Brooklyn avant-noise power-trio does shoot for a more organic drone-based groove, there aren't too many moments where silence holds court. If their earlier work conjured images of giant irradiated creatures doing battle in the ruins of cities, perhaps this is more like the dreams of those creatures, victorious, returned to their lairs. . .
By the time this disc came out New York combo Heavy Winged had already called it quits. That’s a bloody shame as their noise-clad drone rock crescendos nicely reject the dogma of various churches of experimental noise and improv, moving freely across a quite wide musical landscape. . . .