Brett Gurewitz, punk rock mogul, founder of Bad Religion and Epitaph Records, leads this motley crew of noise-makers down a twisted electronica-hardcore-industrial alley. Adding to the madness are Atticus Ross (Nine Inch Nails, 12 Rounds), his kid brother Leopold and Greg Puciato (the throat lacerating screamer from Dillinger Escape Plan). This 5-track EP is a taste of what the band is scraping up in the studio for the upcoming full-length. There are grinding guitars, tons of programming and one angry mofo screeching above the din. All elements line up next to each other and then pile on as if in a knotted Rugby scrum. Gurewitz' lyrical day job in Bad Religion is filled with socio-political commentary, whereas his lyrics in Error are as subtle as "I believe in homicide." There is a method to this madness, the songs danceable at some junctures, pogoable at others, and just brutal most other times. Fans of Bad Religion will scratch their heads, but most will eventually hop on board. The EP is not easy in the listening department, but with tracks like "Nothing's Working, " "Burn in Hell," and "Brains Out," that may be just the point.