Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Funerary shits all over your mother. Seamlessly blending influences with ease is the real gem inside this slab of grimy hardcore. Segues and shifts of doom-esque chords, thrashy solos, to sharply contrasted sludgy tempos and eerie sound clips. Funerary has more guest vocals than you could throw a frozen carton of milk at. (?)
Lyrics are more than just spouted words, they are the backbone of sophistication and fluidity than just mere thematics. Front man Mike Riley further reiterates the importance of Funerary's lyrics here and goes in depth about each song.
Grab if you like: Integrity, Trap Them, Lewd Acts
Sunday, July 24, 2011
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The musical equivalent to Beef Jerky purchased at a late night gas station in Milwaukee. Hardcore fusion with chemical properties of 80's thrash, it stomps hard.
Grab if you like: Rotting Out, Pulling Teeth, Ceremony
Thursday, July 7, 2011
I'm sitting on a Coach Canada bus right now en-route back to my hometown after a solid few days of camping and hanging with some friends. Friends rule. My buddy who will then and again read this blog will be picking my shit-kicking ass up from the bus station to take me to my homestead. Hey thanks dude, rad!
Revenge, full of all kinds of pessimistic rage and more pissed off then an environmentalist inside an Ikea. The album is titled Frustrations. Let me explain why this post is oh so fucking suitable right now. While I sit on said bus, some dicksmith next to me is yammering away to whomever through his bluetooth headphones. Not just talking either, pretty much yelling into his idiotic device for everyone to hear how "There is no laundromats close by to my house, so I have to take the bus to one each time". Fuck this guy and everything about this guy.
Yes, I am frustrated and will probably try to push him down the steps on the way out.
Grab if you like: Ceremony, Trash Talk, Outbreak