Tag: Grind

Noisem – Cease To Exist Review

Death. Black. Grind. Speed. Thrash. Crust. The basic species of metal. As I stumble my way through the Zoology courses I am taking I am struck, again and again, how backwards the whole enterprise can

Anaal Nathrakh – A New Kind Of Horror Review

Although heavy metal’s musical hubs have shifted over time, Birmingham retains pride of place not only for being arguably the earliest forge (Black Sabbath), but for being both an incubator and an accelerator. Follow the

DeathgraVe – So Real, It’s Now Review

If you’ve spent ample time with a discerning ear placed to the underground of the extreme music world located on the western seaboard of these United States, perhaps you’ve come across DeathgraVe. Then again, maybe

Marginal – Total Destruction Review

Born from the same anarcho-punk bloodline, crust and grind are natural bedfellows. But of course, when bedfellows come from the same bloodline, well… sometimes the results are… a bit stunted. Belgium’s Marginal is a good

Helpless – Debt Review

About two weeks or so back, I got a message from Last Rites Central Command asking me if my Helpless review was ready. “I have no idea what you’re talking about,” I responded, for once

Antigama – The Insolent Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Didn’t Antigama just drop a phenomenal album a short while ago? ‘Heads should still be whiplashing their necks to 2013’s Meteor, which still feels as fresh and vital as the

Beaten to Death – Xes and Strokes Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance The following is a portion of a list of grindcore acts described as “no nonsense,” according to a quick Google search. Wormrot Misery Index Napalm Death Nasum Rotten Sound Extreme

Abigail Williams – Becoming Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance After cycling through nearly 20 bandmates and two distinctly modern approaches to symphonic black metal, Abigail Williams’ main man Ken Sorceron sounds closer to finding a style that suits him on Becoming,