The first song cued on P. Zoritio's Bandcamp page is track 13 (entitled: 'Rivers') is my personal favorite of the record. The recording methods are definitely rough... but the sound is incredibly strong. Noisy synths and grungy guitars unrelentingly pound out a melody and a beat that is more catchy and satisfying than anything I've heard in a while. The noisy and crunchy nature of the production doesn't really bother me, if anything it only adds to the rawness of the emotion translated.
The following track (entitled: "The Name That You Scream") shifts things into a more tamed down and distant lo-fi rock lament. Heavy vocal layers mixed with a thick arrangement of synth drums and heavily effected guitars create a distinct and pointed mood of melancholy and want.
The album itself jumps from acoustic to electric, production changing virtually on each, sounding like separate chunks of thought. A sprawling 17 tracks end up ranging from borderline moodiness to the all out emotional warfare that is teenage angst.
"Ceremonial Cleansing" by P. Zorito is available via this Bandcamp page.