2019 was a nice year, musically speaking, as the plethora of bands and the millions of releases that manage to keep a serious amount of albums and singles that are worth to buy. This came just before the end of the year. It’s short, sharp, to the point. Clever, full of energy, presenting the group’s first new material since the summer of 2017. Both “Satyr” and “Sheol,” sounding like a hybrid of Integrity (their guitarist Robert Orr used to play guitar for Cleveland hardcore legends Integrity) and Ringworm paying tribute to the Cleveland scene (Unreal City are coming from Pittsburgh, PA). Nice cover and excellent production.