Apart from releases on hard techno labels like Earwiggle and Black Sun, Manni Dee was also responsible for the debut record on Leyla, back in 2015. He returns to the label for his latest outing, and it proves to be a thrilling affair. Taking inspiration from gabba and early 90s Frankfurt trax, Dee conjures up a frightening image for techno. On "Insurrection Erection", this takes the form of Joke Lanz howling and shrieking his way over a pounding rhythm track. "Estrangement Between" is more nuanced and sees Dee use crisp break beats and powerful subs to deliver his message. "Combination Acts" deploys a similar approach, but on this occasion, the breaks are covered in dense percussive swathes and hypnotic chants. The hyper-speed bass and wild acidic squelches of "That Jingoism Stench" close out this intense but idiosyncratic release.