From Time Out Chicago
“Noise annoys,” winked the Buzzcocks, but they likely had no idea the level of cacophony that would soon grow out of the collision of punk and the avant-garde underground. Not that the reunited Frontier is strictly a noise act, mind you. Rather, the bricolage-minded group embraces sound in all its shapes, forms and volumes. Detroit’s Wolf Eyes is more visceral and less forgiving, while David Reed’s industrial synth work as Envenomist hearkens back to that sub-genre’s minimalist birth. Bloodyminded brings the maelstrom and Plague Bringer the relentless grindcore.