Aussie bands have been destroying speakers and eardrums since before Birdmen flew. Just ask Ausmuteants, Cuntz, Pronto, and Bits of Shit. Enter Melbourne's Brad Pot who, like most of history's best rockin' outfits gets straight to the point of radical rock 'n' roll on their eponymous Slovenly Recordings debut. They're waiting for the war on album opener "Air Strike," while horned up aggression gone cannibalistic abounds on "Dipped In Batter," and they certainly got the pissed off woe-you-know on "Black Eye." Dismiss at your own peril!