Enamored to the point of sheer giddiness by the rampant chaos and exploding depth-charge rage of Logical Nonsense's atomic, New Mexican blaze-core power, Jello Biafra felt it his duty to the scene to reissue their first combustive release, 1995's Soul Pollution. Crust-peeling, hyper-flammable thunder-chunk bite. Hardcore squared, cubed and obliterated.
"It rages with the same fury against the injustices of society, with all the subtlety of a two-headed fire-breathing dragon sporting a Man Is The Bastard shirt. If there are any fans of extreme noise, or even Extreme Noise Terror, who haven't heard this lot, I suggest you get with the program and do so immediately!" - Terrorizer