Comanechi's latest offering is an acceptable slice of bruising indie-grunge.
They're promoted as a noise-rock trio but their "noise" is controlled and concentrated, with feedback in all the expected places.
Akiko "Keex" Matsuora's vocals sometimes verge on the tantrum-filled schoolgirl's but take a humorous slant on Die For, a frenetic and uncompromising declaration of love.
Patsy, aimed at teenagers ready to indulge in something "daring," is a song about being overfamiliar with her siblings and this may surreptitiously please those who like offending their parents - until they discover Throbbing Gristle.
You Owe Me Nothing's a promising foray into doom metal but Keex's vocals purely illustrate that she can scream. The potential is regrettably thwarted.
It's an album that won't break down any barriers but it works for when you just wanna rant.