Taking influence of technical ferocity from intense contemporaries like Blakfish and The Dillinger Escape Plan, A Few Things We Might Agree On is a sledgehammer of a record. The album takes no prisoners in its head-down, full-frontal assault on the senses.
Following on from debut EP ‘Pile O’Knives’, A few things we might agree on is the next logical step. One notch more rabid on the foaming-at-the-mouth insanity scale and satisfyingly bulked out in the haymaker riffs department. Lyrical topics ranging from discussions on an afterlife without religion to the downright bizarre ravings of a madman.