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Very diligent and attentive to the homeowners needs and concerns! Shinique Pernell. Great experience! Tech was friendly and helpful. He did the work quickly and professionally and answered all my questions. I would without a doubt recommend these guys without a second thought! Yogi H. Bridget was very thorough at explaining the processes she was performing at our home.
She went above and beyond for us. Go-Forth stands by their products and will come out if more spider webs and insects are visible. We are happy with their services! Heather Stolarek. Thus far, has been great. Have not spotted any ants since Go-Forth. And trust me it's brutal to the ears because you'll end up torturing them by not having any music to listen to. This album is the equivalent to watching the movie "Troll 2". It's so fucking terrible it's enjoyable.
That, in itself, is one thing if the music is able to counter the effects. Yet, in their case, it is along the lines of a sound-fortress; hidden too well, too isolated to penetrate outside forces to even make a difference. Twenty years later and ticking, it should hardly matter to them or anyone else for that matter. Their release of Total Extermination finds itself at such a bad recording quality, it would be like wearing ear plugs, with a mattress against the door, while trying to listen to a band playing three rooms over with all of the doors shut, and that's not even an exaggeration.
No stereo system, no matter how elaborate, could fully save this one. The production is beyond waking dreams, and more into a sound engineer's endless nightmare. The vocals are the loudest white noise escaping this past haunted album. Underneath of the music it is a real chore to decipher. No cereal box decrypters could manage to break this code, or if it did it would look be like trying to read a partial phrase on Wheel of Fortune, except from far away, and with lemon juice sprayed into your eyes to enact a blurry realism.
Like an unfun game that has an unfair sting to it. Fortunately, I downloaded 2 different versions off of some nice Brazilian fellows—since a physical copy is extremely rare—but unfortunately, both times the production is nearly identical in the fact that both are distant and blended sounding. I also initially gave a listen to a few downloaded tracks a few years ago, along with the same results. I eventually listened to the free stream of Total Extermination on the web site Vibrations of Doom, which in most cases diminishes the sound purposely, but in this case it actually sounds better.
Saving the hiss for that authentic sound from LP transferring I got—to make available for downloading—making it worse. Although, the ending result makes you wonder if it was transferred on a Fisher-Price machine or recorded with a pocket tape recorder, from the pocket. But apparently, this is what it sounds like in true form.
I can see Total Extermination being a misunderstanding. Where you see the appropriation of 'full length album. The music is the equivalent of loud vocals, with a wasps' nest underneath, buzzing and madder than hell. You might think it disappointing to see an album with such a cool name and a death-thrash labeling coming from Brazil in '87 and learn of not being able to fully hear it.
But this distant train-wreck quality is fairly primitive as well musically. The guitars, from its buzzing racket, sound like they use enough palm mutes to fill caves and trenches with a danger, that even native animals that formerly habitated just steer clear.
At points a solo can be heard more distinctively, which uses whichever sound comes from his guitar, and is ear-troubling, head-exploding to hearing-aid wearers. Most of the solos are complete randomness, using whichever notes his fingers can get to first. Neither matching the timing of the rhythm and sometimes coming in a second too late.
The vocals use a heavy and deep onrush of growls. Standing ahead of the pack of death metal bands that would later emerge more fruitlessly, but not being able to accept any awards with much merit.
I would not hesitate to use them again and I recommend them without reservation. I was very pleased with the response and service I received. I called on a Friday and they came out the very next day. The service person was friendly and informative and as a courtesy he sprayed my out building as well as my deck. I would recommend this company to anyone and I will definitely use their services again. I had a service call this past Saturday and I wanted to compliment the technician. All of the techs have always been so helpful, but Junior went above and beyond.Total Home Pest Control is a local, family owned and operated pest control business in New Jersey. Servicing Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex, Sussex, Mercer and Union Counties. Total Home is a customer service oriented company that will get rid of unwanted pests at affordable prices while offering incomparable service.