The title track opens with three minutes of what sounds like faintly echoing air-raid sirens. A sparse drumbeat and the occasional reverberating guitar line nudge their way in before, about five minutes along, a faint groove emerges. Frontdude Brian Case’s indecipherable vocals, which sound like a British guy mumbling about something or other (Margaret Thatcher’s recent demise, perhaps?), enter at about the seven-minute mark, appearing off and on thereafter
The second song, “Kontakt,” brings to mind Girls Against Boys’ House of GVSB apex, employing a menacing groove over which surf guitars clang and echo and Case’s eerie, equally hazy vocal utterances spill forth. The EP closer, “Kone (edit),” is a shorter but no less potent version of title track, all of which should sound appropriately bad-ass when presented via Disappears’ tension-laced live show.