Dev/Null Lazer Thrash
- Words: Matt Earp
- Label: Cock Rock Disco
If you dipped a thousand lick-a-sticks in crystal meth and fed them to a bunch of already-crazed six-year-old versions of Jason Forrest, you might reach a quarter of the intensity and sheer manic glee with which Dev/Null produced this album. Lazer Thrash is breakcore taken to its (il)logical extreme, disintegrating into ridiculous spurts of noise and drums, then reanimating into a zombie corpse of hip-hop, electro, and every rave tune Dev/Null's ever gotten his hands on. His humor and good nature shines through the pure insanity, anchoring the album and making it one of the best releases yet on Cock Rock Disco. Three years in the making, Lazer Thrash proves worth the wait.
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