Third album by Canadian electro-provocateurs. Video voodoo. Cell phone curses. Rollerbladerunners. IF IT DOESN'T HURT, IT ISN'T BASS.
"A grinning, skeletonized and sunglass-eyed Right Said Fred strutting through strobe lit hell-waste, lava sloshing to the groovy thrust. Rowland S. Howard rolled up in a rug made of disco ball shards, thwacked with sticks by little gremlin versions of A Certain Ratio. Masterful sleaze drips viscous. Fat cherry lips pout in the darkness and lick salaciously. Clammy palms rub together. Teeth gnash anticipation. The air is sulphur and cigarette." ~ Weird Canada
"Toronto’s Semen Priest make some of the best gothic infused disco/post-punk this side of Silent Shout favourite Femminielli. Those of you who follow the blog know that a comparison to the Montreal italo-disco king is one of the highest honours that we can bestow on a band, and “Person Suit” hits all the notes: an epically long song, half-sung spoken-word vocals over funky synths and a bass-line made for a late-night after-party ... This album is an excellent foray into a dark underbelly of Canadian electronic music." ~ Silent Shout
"Spraying us with another blast of sludgy ... Wrong Number is a crunchy post-punk stomper ... " Quick Before It Melts