"The first of those two songs, “Life Support,” is an absolute ripper. The song has a slashing garage-rock riff, and it’s more of a straight-up rocker than a soundtrack for moshing. Eisold still screams on the song, but he does it in a sort of peacocky way. On the B-side, American Nightmare have covered “Left For Dead” an old song from fellow Boston punks the Lemonheads. The song comes from the Lemonheads’ 1990 album Lovey, and it’s a fast, jangly, fuzzy indie-pop song. American Nightmare make the song a bit more grimy, but they keep the hooks fully intact."
- Tom Breihan, Stereogum
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