|1||I Am Lono|
|2||Pow! Right In The Kisser!|
|3||Personal Space Invaders|
|4||Fools! Philistines! Heretics And Whores!|
|5||Between Us And The Sun|
|6||Noise Equals Death|
|7||I'm Not Laughing I'm Choking|
Chatham-based noise terrorists Let Our Enemies Beware are here to remind us just how exciting dislocated rhythms and razor-wire riffing can be.
Occupying the same sonic territory as the likes of Hot Snakes, Slint and Faith No More at their most berserk, the four-piece (childhood friends Shareef Dahroug-guitar/vox, Adam Elwin-guitar/vox, James Boast-guitar/art and Chris Boast-drums) has a particularly perverted take on art-punk that has already won them dozens of drooling fanboys at Drowned In Sound, Rock Sound, the Fly and many more.
Rock Sound: "Amidst discomforting buzzes, lurching rhythms and towering soundscapery, they do find the time to write cohesive tunes with lovingly pleated melodies (Personal Space Invaders), although you may have trouble humming the refrains; smothered, as they are, in art-punk angles 'n' jangles. If you've been searching for a band who take the instrumental sturm und drang of Explosions In The Sky and put Dishord-esque squawking over the top, look no further." 7/10
Alternative Ulster: "Against Karate is a no-holds-barred excursion into rock’s more inventive and exhilarating territories, as unrelentingly inspired as it is unforgettable." 8/10
The Irish Times: "Let Our Enemies Beware combine energetically unhinged post-hardcore pummelling and moody post-rock atmospherics." 7/10