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Camphora Monobromata - Suffering Amongst The Hostile Walls (2016)

Camphora Monobromata from Russia play mincecore, a strain of grindcore which adherents stress has its own unique identity. The lay listener can conveniently dispose of such distinctions and consider this grindcore for all intents and purposes, but for what it’s worth, mincecore appears a little more organized than its cousin in grind; the nature of the riff remains as simple and monochromatic as that found in other punk variants, but mincecore as a whole appears to be more mindful of mood and the way song premises are introduced and developed. 177 more words


Cognizant - Cognizant (2016)

The millstone around the neck of grindcore, if one considers it in its truest sense, is that it cannot be technical. Millstone, because grindcore’s simplicity is its selling point, yet its cross to bear, too. 311 more words

Death Metal

Retrospective: Gruesome Malady - Infected With Virulent Seed (2003)

Few albums in extreme metal/goregrind history can rival the demented and perverted atmosphere evident on Infected With Virulent Seed; in that, at least, this album by the Bangalore, India project is every bit the equal of other landmarks like… 386 more words

Death Metal

Toxic Bonkers—Seeds of Cruelty (2004)


Recorded at P J-Reda Studio in April 2003. Mastered at Kutno in February 2004.

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Heavy Metal

Anorectal Ulceration - From Flesh To Liquid Mess (2015)

Anorectal Ulceration play goregrind like Neurovisceral Exhumation, old Regurgitate, and pre-noise Last Days Of Humanity. Fans familiar with those names will know what to expect here; there are no moments of levity, no East European goofing around to be found on… 226 more words

Ten years later, putrefaction still in progress

Putrefaction In Progress was a real assault on the senses when it was released ten years ago. Last Days Of Humanity were always a goregrind band a cut more extreme than most others, but on this album, they morphed into full blown noise/grind reminiscent of the likes of… 574 more words

Napalm Death - Scum

If Scum sounds like two different albums by two different bands, that’s because it is. Napalm Death recorded the first side in August 1986 as a three-piece,1 then shelved recording for nine months before entering the studio again in May 1987 with no returning members other than drummer Mick Harris,2 whose obsession with blast-beat percussion – a new thing back in the mid-80s – characterized the frenetic speed of Scum and, by way of history, the entire grindcore genre. 888 more words