Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Sissy Spacek - "Wastrel Projection" (2012) [Handmade Birds Records]
A rather witty play on words sounding almost akin to Elmer Fudd attempting to preach the divine, Sissy Spacek's latest offering is a 5 minute injection of adrenaline straight to the tear duct. At 32 tracks in length, most "songs" end before you can even begin to comprehend just what is going on, and it's absolutely perfect. Disjointed, seemingly improvised guitar dropping speedballs with noisemaster John Wiese's laptop and a wailing screech which rivals Jeromes Dream's Jeff Smith, Wastrel Projection is a sonic seizure, complete with tongue swallowing. Wastrel Projection isn't so much a plastic disc as it is a pissed off, tooth-spitting meth addict (and I love every one of its 300 seconds).
Following in the neckbreakingly fast hardcore tradition, Sissy Spacek not only have an awesome name, but an absolutely insane discography to boot, and this new CD is no exception. Got 5 minutes? Spin this. Got more than that? That's fine, just let it play again. You've got nothing better to do. Wastrel Projection is currently available for preorder from the always awesome Handmade Birds Records. Break someone's teeth to this one.