“In 1986, Michigan’s biggest hit was Bob Seger’s “Like a Rock.” (We’re not going to play that song, don’t worry). But not far from Seger’s fancy estate, a whole roster of disturbed locals went in an entirely other direction and contributed to a limited comp stacked with haunting sounds and brutal and explicit photos. Released via Detroit label Blizzard of Blood, this 1986 compilation delivers a lake effect blast of local industrial, noise and thoroughly detached punk.”