Formed earlier this year (2018) in Reykjavík, Iceland, D7Y play fast, straightforward D-beat. Featuring members of Bömmer, Óreiða, Börn, Dauðyflin, and ROHT, this band is full of seasoned punks, and it shows. The six songs featured here are tight and bristling with energy. “Martraðaveröld” opens the demo with a moment of feedback, which quickly descends into a spastic guitar riff. The guttural singing lasts for all of 20 seconds. The vocalist seems full of fury, reflecting on the despair of our present age: constant war and surveillance, the insidiousness of technology. Asked in Maximum Rocknroll what might be in their future, the band replied, “There is no future for anyone.” An eternal mood.