Catholic Guilt are from Austria and play dense, discordant hardcore in 80s hardcore punk tradition. They are said to be measuring up with Poison Idea and Die Kreuzen when it comes to dashing off cogent, well-written songs that eloquently express the band's lack of interest in most of humanity.
What’s more, they have plenty of chorus effect on the guitar, which reminds of early Hüsker Dü and many other bands from that era. Sickoids would be also a good reference if we speak about some new bands doing something similar.
After a 3-song demo tape and a split LP with Inu from Spain, this is their second release on vinyl. And if you must know, some of the Catholic Guilt members were active in now defunct The Plague Mass and Boredom.