Prevailing over distances that span two countries and finding time between five separate band members' lives to create new music, Narrows has managed to produce two new tracks that are refreshingly aggressive and raw while simultaneously meticulously tight, musically. This should come as not surprise considering Narrows is comprised of members from bands with notoriously brutal talent such as These Arms are Snakes, Unbroken, Botch, and Bullet Union. Both "Ride the Lion" and "Blood Pythin" emit reckless precision in Verellen's vocal growls, controlled chaos in Moran, Frederiksen, and Cox's bass and guitar playing, and crushing force from Stothers' heavy drumming. Welcomed with a full on assault of schizophrenic guitar riffs, spastic drummin, and riotius vocals Retox's opening track makes a seamless transition into their half of the spilt with the introduction of "This Should Hurt a Little Bit." Like Narrows Retox marries musical technically with wild unrestraint and intensity, all in a little over a minute. Their second track on this 7" will be more familiar for many: A cover of the Cure's "Fascination Street." Joined by the comparatively soothing vocals of Jennifer Clavin alongside Pearson with predominant bass and wailing, distorted guitar, Retox effortlessly establishes their own idiosyncratic claim over and already classic track.