Green Beret | The Cult Of State EP
Green Beret | The Cult Of State EP
This is without a doubt the coolest guy ever
How the new Trap Them record was written.
fuck dude, I speak English fluently and sometimes that’s all I can say too. This music is a fucking!!!
Oh man, today is a good day. Trap Them have a new track up called “Salted Crypts” and a new album on the way via Prosthetic Records titled Blissfucker, out June 10th (my b-day, best present ever?). New track sounds a little more wide open than usual. Less grindy, more crusty.
Happy Birthday!! Yeah, I agree. I hope there’s still grind influence on the new release, but goddamn did what I hear have the darkness and heaviness working for it. Plus, I’ll accept an emphasis on d-beat.
…was a good day for Trap Them fans. We finally have a release date: June 10th. We have an album title: Blissfucker. Tomorrow, we have a debut track.
If it can even fucking touch Darker Handcraft you all are about to fucking die.
I made my dad a birthday card using Zdzisław Beksiński paintings and cheesy wordart
hahahahahaha. Absolutely brilliant.
My buddy Joe’s got a dream for you. A place where you can be you. A place where you can kick back and soak in the awesome; PUNK ROCK CITY.
Deceased | Luck Of The Corpse LP
- Fading Survival
- The Cemetary’s Full
- Experimenting With Failure
- Futuristic Doom
- Haunted Cerebellum
- Decrepit Coma
- Shrieks from the Hearse
- Psychedelic Warriors
- Feasting on Skulls
- Birth by Radiation
This older Death Metal is the type of shit I haven’t really gotten much into yet, but which I’ll probably be partially implementing in my new project, along with crust, grind and hardcore. Old 80’s and 90’s Florida and Finland stuff. Taking any suggestions.
…when your politics are so superficial that a corporation’s easy mock-up of them gets you wet….
Just saying it shouldn’t be possible for corporations to so easily reflect our very basic human differences (something WE own and control) and pass as progressive or worthy of praise.
Obliterating fastcore brimming with quirkiness, added samples and most song titles including reference to food or beverages (fast-foodviolence?!). The 2012 demo and 23 track 7” is available through bandcamp.
Lynette - Vocals, Dave - Guitar, Alex - Drums, Jon - Bass
Links weren’t working for me. Here’s another:
Fucking fun as hell powerviolence.
8 track album
On up-and-coming powerviolence band Fissure’s new EP you’ll find 8 tracks of unbridled punk fury that honors their forebears while at the same time blazing a new path for themselves. First track “Junkie’s Day Off” begins with some feedback noise before exploding into an onslaught of punk guitars and even a death metal growl mid-song. “Left-Footed” is a sub 1 minute mix of crust aggression, sludge breakdown, and just a few seconds of blastbeats to finish out the song. “Untitled #2″ is nothing short of d-beat glory replete with pissed gang vocals and a mini sludge breakdown. One thing that will catch your attention is just how concise Fissure can get on their new EP. Only 3 songs top 1 minute, and barely at that. Fissure is more concerned with spitting hate in your face than writing 10 minute epic doom dirges. After a few years of paying their dues playing garages and backyard shows Fissure is finally starting to get major scene recognition as of late, evidenced by them playing the Infest reunion show at the Echo and the recent Punk Is Dead Fest along with NAILS, Godstomper, Graf Orlock, Nausea, and many more. With their soon to be released EP coming up Fissure seem poised to capitalize on the buzz they’ve garnered and catapult themselves onto the radar screens of punks worldwide. The band is streaming two tracks from their EP so make the trip to their bandcamp to sample the rage.-American Aftermath
Melotov Records will be releasing the vinyl edition of this release
FFO: XBRAINIAX, Chest Pain, Crossed Out, Sidetracked
I’ll defer to the pretty lengthy description above (looks like there’s a tumblr that approaches promoting bands a little more seriously than I do, hahaha) but seriously, this band is pretty tight. It’s taking a lot of the creativity I hear from some of the more underground powerviolence / hardcore bands and throwing better production and tighter song construction.