The Romanian persona (non) grata’s (Felix Petrescu, and Valentin Toma) subsequent issue embarks on with rooster’s crow as the signature to enter into a playful liberation of mind. Throughout the course of four tracks a listener can hear slowed-down and barely twisted sonic madness as if encountering either his/her possible nightmares or lush dreams (it depends on). One can hear ghastly echoes, slight metallic banging, hirsute hisses and pleasant sounds coming from the street but the most important thing is the coherent flow and impressive moment behind this crafty experimental work. More profoundly, it does mean lots of emotive knots and compelling sonic effects within the sonic fabric. That’s a way of how industrial music should sound in the 21st century (post after post after post). Do not give a fuck to everything except the art.