Oh God Get Out Get Out wades through Moran’s anxietywater— the grief, trauma, mental illness, money, addiction, deceased friends, and long EMS shifts— all pooled inside the depressed death metal kid. It doesn't look away from the dark. It kindly refuses an early exit. It keeps the death off by leaning into it. You'll hate the taste, but he swears you can drink this like medicine. When you want to disappear, it is light you can douse yourself in. When you want to get the hell out, it will clean house. It really hopes you'll stay.