Label: Mans Ruin
Fuck yeah, Mans Ruin and Barkmarket, together at last, forever, whatever. The once untouchable record label put out this four song gem from the also once untouchable (well...let's say "hard-to-touchable") band Barkmarket. This was recorded around the same time as the "Gimmick" lp, which was also their first major label record (I guess technically "Vegas Throat" was reissued by American, sooooooo maybe that's their first major label record) , so consequently this period of the band gets pretty well dogged out by the purists of the world (hello, kettle?). But in hindsight, there's no great departure from the first rumblings of this band to the last gasp. If you like art damaged, metallic, noisy, vaguely industrial, pounding rock, then you can pretty much jump into the Barkmarket catalog wherever you want and you'll be just fine.
It's a good record that's not too easy to come by these days, so enjoy.