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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

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Toxic Bonkers—Seeds of Cruelty (2004)

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

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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

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Seasick—Bestie Mensch (1998)

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Produced by Tom Tom and Seasick. Tracks 1 to 10 recorded at Exit Section Zweinbrücken from 23 to 27 May 1998; mixed from 16 to 18 July 1998. 303 more words

Heavy Metal

Sayyadina—The Great Northern Revisited (2010)

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Tracks 1 to 8 recorded at Mart’s House, Tumba on 24 February 2001; engineered by Mart Hallgren. Tracks 9 to 17 recorded at Studio Sunlight, Stockholm from 2 to 8 September 2001; engineered by Tomas Skogsberg. 363 more words

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