Philadelphia punk collective HIRS has used their pandemic downtime to put together a short and sick new EP interpreting some of their favorite songs, that released on Bandcamp late last week.

The album art on Covid Covers Vol. 1 is modeled after Garbage’s 1995 self-titled debut — Shirley Manson from Garbage provided vocals on “Invisible” from HIRS’ 2019 album Friends. Lovers. Favorites. — and its first two songs bring Screaming Females’ Marissa Paternoster into the mix for vocals and licks on the b-side “Sleep” and the hit “Push It” from Version 2.0.

A punishing reinvention of Bjork’s “Army Of Me” follows, with gripping vocals by Esem; the set concludes on “Killbot Factory,” a song originally by Livonia, Michigan grindcore band Enkephalin, featuring vocalist Dr. Mace.

Listen to Covid Covers Vol. 1 below and grab a download at Bandcamp.