Tue, 17 February 2015
Technical, disjointed hardcore.
Birth Of The Sadistic Son: Cowards (Paris)(0:28-4:28)
Enslaved is SUPER charming live, you can see them with YOB in March.
Thurisaz Dreaming: Enslaved (Norway)(5:27-10:16)
I finally get Torche.
No Servants: Torche (Florida)(11:02-14:48)
2013’s Best Grindcore, now with a brand new album, touring with Enabler (this week at Gilman!!).
The Sun Chaser: Call of the Void (Denver)(15:13-18:13)
Vocals vocals, that is the shrieking charm.
Megalomaniac (TT Mix): Porta Nigra (Germany)(18:34-24:01)
Really jammy psychedelic.
Temples: Kabbalah (Spain)(25:00-28:29)
Mature hardcore, taking its time when necessary and not just trying to bash your head in.
Nothing: Cease (CA)(29:02-31:55)
Aaron Turner does a good job keeping yet another project from the pitfalls of his former band Isis. Old Man Gloom, and now Sumac.
Blight's End Angel: Sumac (WA/Vancouver)(32:37-39:52)
Good times drunk punk and fun, definitely need to learn the lyrics. First album in 11 years.
Piss off, I'm Drinking: Gehennah (Sweden)(40:29-44:09)
I am not surprised Denver seethes with so many aggressive bands, they always have.
Loathe: Primitive Man (Denver)(45:32-55:29)
Second album by Xibalba is a bit more serious, I wish they kept a bit more of the breakdowns and emotion of their debut album.
Enemigo: Xibalba (SoCal)(55:57-END)
Behind my vocals: 6 Million Dollar Man, CHiPS, the Love Boat, Magnum P.I., Greatest American Hero, Welcome Back Kotter, WKRP in Cincinnati, Transformers, Star Wars (of course), The Incredible Hulk