Blasting grindcore with death metal and crust influencies from Brazil. Mixed and Masterized again by William Blackmon (Gadget). Includes guest appearance by members of RATOS DE PORAO, CHRONIC INFECT, HUTT. Limited to 500 copies, 250 black and 250 white. Released in collaboration by: EveryDayHate, Laja and Nerve Altar. Recommended for fans of NASUM, TERRORIZER, GADGET, NAPALM DEATH, PIG DESTROYER, ASSUCK!
After their first full length "Back To The Pit" and the EP "Thrashing With The Stars", here we have 10 songs of amazing thrash/crossover with many powerful killer riffs and some hardcore influences!
From the intro till the last song, there is an old school feeling that will bring you a cool flashback!
A great album of one of the most promising bands in Greece!!
Its limited in 500 copies on 180gr heavyweight vinyl!
"Founded in 2013 in Rennes (western France) by Huata’s bassist B.Moreau with the will of pushing sludge in its more abrasive, mind-numbing corners, FANGE’s debut EP «Poisse» revealed a band with an uncommon take of the genre. Re-appropriating the classic Swedish death metal sound with detours to harsh noise, crust or metallic hardcore, the band now fully realize their sound on their first album «Purge», strengthened by a new line-up that features drummer B.Louvet and vocalist M.Jungbluth (Calvaiire).
With only one guitar throwing out monstrous HM-2 fueled riffs, stomach-kicking yet versatile drum work and bile-gargling, mutilated vocals, «Purge» marks a filthier turn in the band’s uncompromising wall of sound. Entirely recorded by KKP (Abjvration, Huata, Ataraxie…) and enhanced by ear-piercing layers of noise, these six tracks are an exhausting aural experience. This is ignorant music for the Educated Man. For fans of : irrational feelings of guilt, Tom G.Warrior vocal gimmicks, body negativity."
01. Cour Martiale
05. De Guerre Lasse
06. Girone Della Merda
This LP comes on limited "HM-2" transparent orange or black vinyl and is housed in a high-gloss heavy jacket.
From Florida, Failure Face existed from '93 - '96. They played in-your-face and down-your-throat hardcore. Fueled by the sounds of punk rock inspired hardcore that moves along as a guide to original hardcore music. Fast, combined with catchy elements and negative lyrics to get you angry about the state of the world around you - this is a statement of early 90's hardcore. With sound elements of INFEST, Failure Face proudly makes it's claim on the hardcore map.
This is Grindcore!! 28 tracks of blistering metallic mayhem. Fetus Eaters keep in the tradition of the vomitcore style that they pioneered 17 years ago, as well as furthering the use of "core" in the title of releases. The incoherent gibbering lyrics coupled with sarcasm, blast beats, spastic screaming, razor sharp riffing and their trademarked use of noise, toys and saxophones make this latest release continue the aural assault that they mastered on their first 2 demos.
Fierce is one of the raddest young bands to come out this year.
Formed in Italy in 2015, the band started to shape its mixture of
atmospheric post metal and black metal riffs. The result of these four
years of gigs and struggles is the new release Eclipses from the Duat,
out via Shove Records,Epidemic and the Danish Rakkerpak Records
> The new album is a step forward from the previous one, Ashes, in
terms of darkness and heaviness. The songs are faster due to the new
force behind the drumkit and the sound is more visceral, with the black
metal component more dominant but without sacrificing the dynamics that
were already present in Ashes. Also the melodies are enriched by the
addition of a second guitar. Lyrics go deep into the abyss of one’s
inner self, describing a journey through the fears and demons within
us, experiencing the process alchemically known as “Nigredo”, while
finding a way to emerge back transformed.
> ffo: CATHARSIS, hexis, celeste, converge, tombs, fall of efrafa,
> under: post metal, black metal, blackened crust
Black Vinyl available
The second 12" album by The Fifth Alliance, ghostly post-hardcore hailing from the Netherlands released on vinyl by WOOAAARGH, Dingleberry Records, Smithsfoodgroup DIY, Momentum Collective, Solitary Wolf Records, Grains Of Sand Records and Vinylaceton.
Powerful and dark, Death Poems consists of four tracks that masterfully blend gritty and harsh sludge with emotive, gloomy post-metal moments. With this record, The Fifth Alliance have taken a significant step forward and developed a more powerful and emotionally intense sound, especially in the vocal delivery of Silvia Berger. There is something deeply disturbing and touching about the singer’s performance as if she is lamenting the loss of a loved one. If you are a fan of doomy, harsh and emotive post-metal, then this album is going to be for you.
high quality vinyl, heavy cover, insert with lyrics & liner notes
208 transparent green, clear & black mixed
POWER-VIOLENCE HARDCORE. Straight outta California, FINAL DRAFT plays blistering power-violence/grindcore heavily influenced by bands like DESPISE YOU, INFEST and EXCRUCIATING TERROR. They're taking no prisoners and giving no shits.
Under the mighty roar of fatally melodic and gruellingly dissonant black metal, the Leipzig trio Flesia sees the darkness of the world. The fitting soundtrack is provided by their debut album Trost, on which exactly that is not to be found.
The instrumentation, reduced exclusively to bass and drums, creates violently rearing acoustic walls and pulsating song structures – mostly lapsing into frenzy, but occasionally bursting into deeply painful resignation, but always consistently behind a unique backdrop of the brutal collapse of being.
Due to the broad amp repertoire, the bass scratches, bites, seethes and eats into the synapses with an almost unbelievably broad sound spectrum, always driven by relentless, mostly blasting drums.
This musical doomsday rage is completed by ranting, screaming and manically whispering vocals, which express a devastating, retributive view of power, consumption and human existence.
With their debut album, Flesia leave a burning trail of destruction and prove that blasts, bass and prose are the only necessary means to do so.
12 raging blast driven grindcore songs , drenched in noise - interrrupted only by some heavy chaotic hardcore interludes - intensified by harsh frenzy vocals. think of acrid meets cloud rat. Perfect.
Swedish Fredag den 13:e recorded in Fvck Life Studios in Trollhättan by Fred (Gust, Anchor) and mastered by Brad Boatright (From Ashes Rise) at Audiosiege Studios 13 songs for 3rd full-lenght album "Domedagar". Aggressive, absolutely manic Scandicrust influenced by founding fathers: Disfear, Wolfpack, Wolfbrigade, Victims, Skitsystem.
After 10 years from their 2nd album, finally they put long awaited 3rd full length out as 15th anniversary of FUCK ON THE BEACH. You can see their specific progress with their former fast and ferocious way at same time. They got various approach in song writing with new drummer Kimura, ex. VIVISICK now playing for tempest too. Twin vocal of Tsuyosy and Atsushi makes rolling on the songs with full of negative lyrics, FOB have been pursued their way to play in the way of japanese fast and noisy and they finally got that on this album.
Fuck On The Beach
If you don't know what to expect here I can't really help, this is brutal, lightspeed clattering blasts, razorwire treble drenched guitar and whirling layered screaming at it's finest. Plenty of ear splitting distortion, feedback, mics peaking and everything way too loud in the best way. This is fun loving fastcore powervioelce from Japan which I'm pretty sure even has a 'clap-track' on the self titled outro track. Fucking excelent. This side of the split is primarily hyper fast d-beats with the odd blast thrown in, so is sonically the inverse of the Terlarang side. For fants of Japanese style everything faster and louder style grindviolence.
Lo-fi to the point of incomprehensibility this side of the split goes even further down the slopes of treble-valley than Fuck On The Beach, sounding like the guitars are physically tearing the speaker cones from the amp and the rest of the band are trying frantically to hold them back in. Everything here is fast, no slow at all on this side. Maybe one or two slightly slower than lightspeed d-beat smashers floating about in there but this is really all about the pace. The fast as fuck and don't care nature is epitomised by the cats on the split cover and the last track basically sounding like black metal but being called 'Stop The Hate' in what seems to be a conscious rejection of the bullshit ideals of traditional NSBM. Nice.
This split is relentless and will hurt your ears in a charming way, fun frantic ear-splitters from start to finish.