Each band recorded five tracks for this release and all of them are quite similar, although there are a few differences between the bands. Soil Of Ignorance brings some skullsplitting grindcore with ferocious speed and intensity. Brutal deathgrowls, severe riffs and sick, guttural vocals make this something every grindcore lover will obviously appreciate. Besides, thanks to the use of samples and tempo shifts, this is also the most varied part of the split.
Endless Demise comes up with even sicker vocals and a similar raging speed. Here too the focus is mainly on tempo and aggression, exactly what you can expect from a decent grindcore album. The main difference here is the snaredrum. If you think Lars Ulrich did a good thing with the snare on St. Anger, you will definitely love this. If you hate what Metallica did, you will also like this because in grindcore this snare sounds punishing and morbid.
So in all, this is another excellent grindcore split, well capable of starting moshpits and walls of death wherever you go. In fact, I think I'm going to try to start a moshpit in the street. There's a lot of roadworkers active today and I'd like to see them react to this kind of extreme metal...