I wasn't familiar with Squash Bowels until recently. Actually I didn't know anything about the band before I found Love Songs in my mail, but boy do these Poles know how to play goregrind or what?
The music bear some references to Blood Duster and Carcass. I really like this a lot. The music is not thin or flat, it's heavy and brutal. The vocals are deep and guttural, but varied. The music may be relentless, but Squash Bowels clearly know what they are doing. They don't solely rely on being super fast. A song like "Searching For the Kill" is a good example of the diversity the music possesses. It's kept a bit slower and with a good deal of groove. It works flawlessly. Most of the music is however kept in the faster end, but it never become too much. Moreover the band throws in a cover of the Gut song "Wound Fuck". A cover they do very well.
Love Songs have a fat and powerful sound that reminds a lot of the old Sunlight Studio sound [Entombed, Dismember etc.] The two bonus tracks "Neuron" and "Sick Control" is taken from the 7' EP Neurony. Besides the sound both tracks are not different from the rest of the material.
If you like Blood Duster, Carcass, Nasum, Cretin and bands similar then Love Songs is definitely worth a closer look.