It was only a matter of time before the ghost of grunge or, more to the point, post-grunge decided to rear its head with the unimaginative yet fitting appellation assigned to Boston three-piece Sneeze. To be totally honest, ‘I’m Going To Kill Myself’ is not a complete step back in time, however, as there are moments to enthuse over here. Right from the off, the meaty and brooding ‘Intro’ really sets out the band’s stall with a vocal straining against the gritty guitars whereas ‘Quit Shitting’ shifts tempo with relative ease, offering a little more in the creative department despite its all abrasive sound. The garage punk of ‘Vaticant’ is a short, sharp, shock before paving the way for the familiar grunge territory of ‘Canker’, ‘Park Her Head’ and ‘Red Bullgirls’; the latter of which would make Buffalo Tom proud. Whether the world is ready for a band such as Sneeze at this precise time is a matter of opinion, but for now, at least, ‘I’m Going To Kill Myself’ is a decent reminder of an otherwise all too familiar genre.