"In the distance is a speck surrounded by points of light, the faint glow of a galaxy. It approaches with no great haste. It is merely floating towards you under its own massive weight and momentum. Its size becomes more apparent as it advances. The low rumbling engine is an overture. Bits of space trash ping off it’s hull. Certainly, you imagine, it’s drawing nearer and not actually sucking you in, consuming you whole...
Suddenly it is upon you and it is deafening, overwhelming…you are spun end over end, you’ve lost all send of original direction, you no longer know where you are…damaged, rent by antennae and crisped by the afterburners…after a great while and a seemingly endless tumult, you are abandoned amid debris, floating as the engines once again slowly hum off into the distance.
This is a Destruction Unit song.
Very heavy, very far out -
Massive fortification -
Endless building and tearing down -
Introduction religious in its immensity -
Outro decaying gloriously in the distance
I believe Destruction Unit to be one of the most important underground bands in America."