I’m honestly at a loss for words on what I just heard.
This album feels like I’m witnessing the remaining members of Injury Reserve traverse this digitized, post-apocalyptic hellscape as they confront the harsh realities that come with Groggs’ death. The overwhelming, abstract, and nightmarishly beautiful nature of this record invokes incredibly vivid imagery that has generated very raw and visceral emotions from myself. The only ... read more
While, for the most part, this album doesn’t have JID venturing into any particularly new territory sound-wise, every aspect that previously made the music on his last two records compelling is improved upon here. The production on this album is very layered and well-crafted, JID’s lyricism is arguably at its best, and ... read more