This is not an album for a lot of people. It isn’t for most people. It might not be for anyone, but don’t doubt that I am recommending it. Although Street Sects’ Facebook describes their music as industrial-punk, I believe End Position falls more in line with noisecore/noise rock. If this doesn’t sound appealing—“noise” isn’t something we laymen would call “proper music”—Street Sects’ unique-to-the-genre textures might intrigue you. In “And I Grew into Ribbons,” the musicians play in what sounds like sloshing water, in “In Defense of Resentment,” a catchy guitar riff is masked in screeching vocals, and in “If This is What Passes for Living,” the loud drums cut out and a person walking on a dirt path in a storm passes from the left to the right channel.