Two Brooklyn stalwarts trade war stories from the front line of the end times on this split. David Suss has been creating works of drone as Millions for more than six years now, and, in that time, has issued more than a few stellar, criminally underrated releases. Here he employs a steady stream of guitar and synth that build to a glorious denouement featuring billowing clouds of feedback and chiming chords. One half of the unstoppable duo Grasshopper, Josh Millrod makes a rare appearance under his solo guide Dads Against Vietnam on the flip side. The name might be funny, but the sounds are as serious as a heart attack, with a bitches brew of looped trumpet melodies that slowly simmer until they give way to a massive wall of noise anchored by a cathartic drone.