Unbelievably and amazing mincegore band Haggus, from Oakland CA. Although only around for barely four years, Haggus have already recorded dozens of songs and released numerous cassette splits and EP's. This is first Longplayer strived to play, 15 minutes pure repulsive Mince/Gore, like mix LDOH / AGATHOCLES, while still keeping the foundation based around the traditional punk sound incl. DOOM cover version
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War Master taking their name from a Bolt Thrower song, the band might be expected to sound like that but the truth is more nuanced. These 2 new tracks of War Master drop back from their smoothly integrated style for a rougher, catchier and more swedish death metal version of their sound. War Master also rely heavily on the bounding riffs of the first couple Entombed and Grave releases, producing an urgent and jubilantly violent sound.
On the flipside japanese Unholy Grave who ever true to form blurt out their logic defying twirls of old-school Grindcore entertainment in complete excess: their standard madman howls, riveting angular riffs and tremoring blasts, all lifted straight from a rehearsal recording giving in that coarse edge the band.
Fuck on the Beach encases all that is powerviolence (or "thrashcore") on this release, fast and heavy on all fronts, from the short bursts of energy that make up all of the tracks. This is true punk to the bone represented by three Japanese dudes who understand what it takes to embody the spirit.
Includes insert with English and Japanese lyrics.
GRINDCORE. Sweden's reigning kings REGURGITATE spew forth 3 blasts of infected and gore soaked splatter. Classic grind anthems of destruction that bring back the old-school spirit. The south of Holland brings you SKULLHOG. Spawned from a pig's womb, this Neanderthal threesome clobbers it's way through 3 savage tunes combining elements of grind, sludge and primitive death-metal. This is a rabid split 7" of unmatched brutality.
Here is the long overdue full length; Dehumanizer, contained in this bloated grotesquery of punk is 21 minutes of the meanest mince slop, gutter riffs and choleric vocals; this sewer of music overpopulated by perversion, sonic torture and other horrors. Pathologically speaking Dehumanizer is the apex of the current mince-gore progression/regression/corruption Archagathus have been undergoing lately and as such Dehumanizer and the last half a dozen splits or so all bring strong parallels to kinsmen and split partners Grotesque Organ Defilement and Hypermesis, but most importantly the band have still ultimately kept their classic archagathus sense of identity/idiocy.