Tue, 3 June 2014
Black Anvil’s sound is more broken down than a blast of cold. Tons of adrenalin.
Redemption Through Blood: Black Anvil (NYC) (0:28-6:36)
One of my fave crust bands and albums this year, Young and In the Way.
Weep In My Dust: Young and in the Way (Charlotte) (8:09-11:54)
Whiskey swilled Sourvein, makes your brain take it in slow.
Equinox: Sourvein (NC) (12:22-15:27)
Atmosphere and torture swirled together.
Let Fall Each and Every Sedition Symptom: Trap Them (KY and Seattle) (15:55-22:19)
Old school raw punk power hardcore.
Rain Darkness: Enabler (Milwaukee) (22:46-25:23)
King Buzzo vocals are the winner here, he has a hundred different styles. A bit of folk, a bit of Soundgarden, a bit of spaghetti western.
Illegal Mona: King Buzzo (LA) (26:20-28:43)
Black metal drumming in this post-metal band.
Vessel: Abest (Germany) (29:20-35:51)
Reverand Bizarre is Opium Warlords. Every song is a jaunt into the unknown.
Manisolas from Misandria: Opium Warlords (Finland) (36:18-39:27)
Cleaved Asunder: Diocletian (New Zealand) (39:54-45:09)
Alaska! ‘Nuff said.
Lycanthropy: Lamplighter (Alaska) (45:58-49:33)
Aggressive Aussies in da hiz-house.
Outlive: Caged Grave (Melbourne) (50:03-51:08)
Wandering Midget’s lead singer is lead in Serpent Warning. It is retro doom.
Thousand Names: Serpent Warning (Finland) (51:41-55:15)
Blut is exceptional in atmospheric black metal.
Némeïnn: Blut Aus Nord (France) (56:27-END)