Lots of feedback, strong bass/drum support and plaintive vocals combine to make this music very compelling. It's noisy as heck, and almost (but never quite) gets off the rails on the big rockers like "Please Forget", "Blood And Dirt" and "Void", which calls to mind Swervedriver, but with a more delicate touch on the vocals.
Here's a live version of "Please Forget":
And for a little variety in the tempo, Eley's even thrown in a Yo La Tengo-style ballad, "Even If"... But I think the best songs on the record are the biggest-sounding ones, especially the high guitar sounds and crashing drums of the 6:26 "By Now".
Check it out, and buy it if you like it, at their Bandcamp site:
Infinity Girl Website