The line up featuring on this EP recorded also the same yeat (1993) the CD Triskaidekaphobia. It's a live recording, crude and brutal.
This is their last record on Scarab, which should've been something like their own label, if one take a look to the catalogue numbers. (The artist featured on Scarab S-003—if there's one—remains unknown to me.
This is their last record with one illustrated label. One notice that they slip from (light) horror to (soft) sex.
It's their last lo-fi record, too. Next singles will show a sensible improvment in he sound quality, especially those on Cacophone Records…