I suppose the word dreamlike could be used to describe this latest release from Revolution Above Disorder, but only if your dreams are dark and uncomfortable, fractured and fraught, the sort of dreams that you get having eaten too much cheese before retiring to bed or perhaps coming down off ketamine!

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