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Forever - Code Orange

Metalcore is not something that is well respected in the Metal community, it’s often charged with relying heavily on formulaic songwriting and overuse of boring breakdowns that don’t really display either skill or creativity. 554 more words

George's Reviews

The Haunting Fear of Inevitability - The Drip

When most people think of the term “grindcore”, a few things usually come to mind: noise, fury, and non-stop abrasiveness. However, Washington State quintet The Drip offer something much more on their first full-release: … 462 more words

George's Reviews

I Woke Up Like This: Nails - “Savage Intolerance”

I started doing this because I would wake up with the most ridiculous songs stuck in my head, but ever since I’ve been listening to albums from 2016 like it’s a research project, I get much cooler shit stuck in my head. 21 more words


The Drip - The Haunting Fear of Inevitability (Review)

This is the debut album from US grindcore band The Drip.

The band’s 2014 EP A Presentation of Gruesome Poetics was a brief glimpse into the world of The Drip and what they were capable of. 322 more words


Prisoner 639/Throw Me in the Crater - Split (Review)

Prisoner 639 are from Belgium and play grinding powerviolence. They have teamed up for this split with Dutch sludge band Throw Me in the Crater. 241 more words


Endorphins Lost - Choose Your Way

Endorphins Lost is a five piece, grindcore/ powerviolence band from the United States. The band came into existence back in 2010. Their new album ” 152 more words


Top 30 Albums of 2016

Disclaimer: Long post ahead. Probably my longest yet.

So, here it is. That long albums post I was talking about in my last Quick Album Thoughts post. 5,592 more words