To start the year off, John Wiese’s Sissy Spacek has two new 7”s out: Incomprehensible Dehumanization on Gilgongo Records and Gate on A Dear Girl Called Wendy. The records both feature the Charlie Mumma/Wiese lineup and may be the final recordings before the new lineup featuring Sara Taylor of Youth Code hits wax. Working as companion pieces, Gate and Incomprehensible Dehumanization further perfect Sissy Spacek’s journey through powerviolence into grindcore and deeper into noisecore. The duo’s noisecore onslaught, comprised of drums, bass, and electronics, feels like a harsher but less chaotic version of Nihilist Commando – without the emphasis on the vocals. While Sissy Spacek has started producing some of the best noisecore in the US, the band still feels rooted primarily in the realm of noise, with noisecore being one of the many applications of that. 2014 is shaping up to be a great year for noisecore with Sissy Spacek getting better and better and killer releases on the way, including a Generic Death/Erectile Dementia split, Sidetracked tackling noisecore, and more Sete Star Sept than anyone can keep up with.