Tag: Grindcore

Squash Bowels – Love Songs Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner After releasing their last two full-lengths on Obscene Productions (No Mercy in 2004 and The Mass Rotting The Mass Sickening in 2002) Squash Bowels made a somewhat surprising move to

Antigama – Zeroland Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. I like Poland. I like grind. I like Selfmadegod Records. I like Antigama. I like Zeroland. What I don’t like, however, is that this record is being touted as a full-length even

Catheter – Dimension 303 Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Out of the records unleashed by Selfmadegod as of late, Dimension 303 is my favorite. While I do have good things to say about Third Degree, Wojczech, and Antigama, Catheter upstage their fellow grind combatants. For starters,

Crowpath – Son Of Sulphur Review

“The floor had a pattern which I can’t describe but it was such to get lost in”–From “Scab Coated Attraction” Fuckin’ Crowpath. Call ‘em whatever you want–grind, death, tech-core, metalcore; it’s of no consequence. To me

Ed Gein – Judas Goats & Dieseleaters Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. It’s a good thing that Church of Misery and Ed Gein have a genre gap and the Pacific ocean between them, ‘cause the Japanese doom legends might be getting pissed that these dudes are

Circle Of Dead Children – Zero Comfort Margin Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. At this point in my life, I tend to identify with the imagery that this band’s moniker constructs. In other words, children just piss me off. Thus, I was elated

Prostitute Disfigurement – Left In Grisly Fashion Review

Originally written by Ian Duncan-Brown. Ah, Prostitute Disfigurement. When one hears a band name like that, one might think, “I bet their merchandise doesn’t sell too well,” or “I bet they suck and all they have

Antagony – Rebirth Review

I have a long history with Antagony, so you’ll just have to indulge me as I give you a background featuring names and titles that will fly right over your head. I first discovered the