Second ep from these Twin Cities new Hardcore insurgents. 8 tracks of positively charged aggressive Hardcore thrash. Musically similar to bands like Tear It Up, No Time Left, Infest, or Shark Attack. Lyrics deal with political corruption, all ages shows, dancefloor injustice, and the erosion of the rights of the individual in the face of corporate globalization. Features extremely sick artwork by Critical Colin and Bill Hauser.
Damage Deposit toured in the summer of 2004, played farwell shows in Winnipeg and Minneapolis and split up. Critical Colin played drums in Formaldehyde Junkies, and Ben Crew went on to form In Defence.