Hell Detroit in 1996 the group wasn't actually a group. It was just an outlet for Nate Young's solo career. But from 1998 to 2000 three other people joined the group. If I had to classify this group I would probably call them Shitgaze actually, though they're more like Shitgaze's deranged cousin. By that I mean the band offer a much harsher sound than a lot of other bands categorized as Shitgaze. You could almost describe them Power Electronics, kinda similar to Whitehouse in a way, but they still have that Noise Rock influence to them that makes them just barely stay in the realm of Shitgaze
This album, Always Wrong, was released in 2009, and had been a relatively unknown release. This is likely due to the fact that Wolf Eyes is one of the most prolific group I've ever seen. While not as insanely dedicated as Merzbow, since 1996 the group has released a myriad of albums, totaling at well over 100, and all the members of the group have a countless amount of side projects or other bands they participate in. This album was one of their darker ones by far. It even sounds reminiscent of Swans during their early years.
This particular album was relatively short, clocking in only at 30 minutes. Regardless, Wolf Eyes is a band I would certainly recommend to fans of Harsh Noise or Power Electronics and Always Wrong is the album I would certainly recommend that you start with. And perhaps even fans of No Wave who enjoyed bands like Swans and want something different and harsher. Or maybe veteran fans of Noise Rock who keep craving something harder. Really this album fits quite a few types of tastes, so just check it out and see what you think of it yourself.
As the day creeps by slow and fast
My day is watched as if it's passed
I spend my days breaking glass
I spend my days sawing dogs in half