Hours and days and weeks and finally years of this short, short life spent in reeking practice spaces and tomblike studios, all to produce an unnecessary profusion of little plastic discs destined soon enough to join their cousins, our emptied beer cans, on the great shit-heap. This is folly, to be sure.
So here you have it: 32 minutes of songs about foolishness, failure, and bad faith. Was it really worth it? You be the judge. Either way, you’ll probably be wrong.
“One of Portland’s wilder guitar bands and probably the only one to mix slow, grinding rhythms with titantic riffs and a tight math-rock sensibility. Unlike a lot of other heavy-rock acts that garner comparisons to Big Black and the other “pigfuck” bands of the ’90s, Mongoloid Village knows how to mix overwhelming noise with complicated time signatures, creating one of the most unique sounds to come out of the local metal scene.” - Willamette Week
1. Ithaca (03:30)
2. MS Drunk: a sober assessment (03:30)
3. The Albina Leprechaun (04:28)
4. Nocturnal Emissions (04:24)
5. Halitocirrhosis (03:56)
6. Corn Eyes (04:17)
7. Ship of Fools (07:56)
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