This is the long awaited split 7" that should have been completed years ago. The A side contains three new songs by Los Angeles trio God Equals Genocide. After a handful of 7"s and splits on Razorcake and Dirtcult Records GEG returns with their strongest batch of songs. This recording is their most polished to date, but doesn't lack the same buzzy guitars and overdriven vocals that you've come to love from these three. On the flip side Boston band, Libyans come back with their most recent effort since their full length LP on Sorry State Records. They bring three new songs, blurring the lines between early US hardcore and melodic punk ala Dangerhouse Records. This record is released in an edition of 500 7"s, all pressed on black vinyl and housed in a glue pocket with each band's lyrics printed on the record's inner sleeve. Released in conjunction with the illustrious Dirt Cult Records.