By Death In Public
The title might suggest something cheeky and knowing but the reality is a rather humourless affair. Lancaster's Death In Public are dark purveyors of towering inferno guitars and flat vocals but other than the naff production which fights with the mix through out, there is little to remember this 2 track CD by. Songs wise there is little to be said on either front, the title track has plenty of ideas about it but it's questionable whether they all belong in the same song and the proto-industrial-metal is nothing but a tiring bedroom experiment. "Losing All The Time" has more about it and feels like a distant cousin of Muse if only for a fleeting minute. Lancaster based RU Records saw fit to release this but frankly you would see fit to ask for your money back if you'd bought it.