Limited to 500 copies only.
Compilation of punk songs from the rust belt, which according to the map on the back of the record extends to Toronto and parts of Ontario, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Ohio, Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit.
Compiled by Jesse Allison, a punk rock obsessive from London, Ontario, whose radio show and record label It's Trash focus on greasy garage, the comp features 15 missives from bands such as Skull Cult, store favourite Science Man, Big Blood, Slugsalt, Dumb Vision and many more.
The album's name is a play on the Killed By Death series of bootleg compilations that focused on rare punk rock songs primarily from the late 1970s and early 80s, and the methamphetamine abuse that has affected many of Midwestern working class communities and neighbourhoods.
Like the first three volumes, released in 2016-2018, the killer cover art is by Ben Lyon who has done work for Goner Fest as well as numerous bands including Nobunny and the Penetrators. And like those early volumes the record is full of obnoxious and loud.