Tag: Grindcore

Jan 01

Album Review: Exhale – When Worlds Collide

Exhale [Sweden] When Worlds Collide 2013 Full Length Pulverised Records Death Metal/Grindcore While the Swedish brand of old school death metal has kept me charmed in recent times, I haven’t had much experience with the grindcore side of this Scandinavian country, despite the stature of bands like Nasum. Exhale would then be one of the first death/grind …

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Nov 22

Album Review: Lesch-Nyhan – Indistinguished Remains

Lesch-Nyhan [USA] Indistinguished Remains 2013 EP Horror Pain Gore Death Productions Death Metal/Grindcore Finally, after more than 20 years, Horror Pain Gore Death Productions unearths brutal death metal/grindcore band Lesch-Nyhan‘s only known recording, unleashing it to rabid fans of the genre in the form of Indistinguished Remains. Coming out at the same time of early grindcore bands …

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Sep 19

Album Review: Blind to Faith – Under the Heptagram

Blind to Faith [Belgium/Netherlands] Under the Heptagram 2013 EP A389 Records Death Metal/Grindcore/Punk Sporting a rather hardcore or grindcore-styled cover artwork, European death/sludge metal/grindcore collective Blind to Faith this year releases yet another round of chaos with their brand new EP, Under the Heptagram. Honestly, reading the band description did nothing to help me understand or have …

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May 22

Album Review: Hybrid – Angst

Hybrid [Spain] Angst 2013 Full Length Deepsend Records Technical Death Metal/Grindcore I roughly recalled a brief encounter with Spain’s Hybrid back in 2008 when they first released their debut full length, The 8th Plague, but was not really captivated by their technical stye of music with my preference for simpler and easier-listening music back then. When news of …

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Apr 22

Album Review: Psychofagist – Songs of Faint and Distortion

Psychofagist [Italy] Songs of Faint and Distortion 2013 Full Length Fobofile Productions/Memorial Records Technical Death Metal/Grindcore Just as I thought I have heard it all with experimental bands ranging from the dissonant chaos of Portal to the doomish and oppressive Drug Honkey, I chance upon Italy’s Psychofagist with their third full length release Songs of Faint and Distortion. The …

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