Furious blasting Grindcore with heavy, tar-like slower bits interspersed; Mindflair make this extremely easy to like.
It’s a well recorded 25 minutes with everything sounding clear and heavy.
The riffs are infectious and actually quite catchy for a Grind band. The songs themselves may be short but they’re long enough and contain enough content to make a good impression.
This album is extremely listenable. Their assault has a Punk-aesthetic mixed with a southern Sludge-tang that gives them an easily digested flavour.
The tracks are memorable and have a good mix of blast beats and groove. The playing is tight and Scourge of Mankind ticks all of the boxes for a superlative Grindcore release.
The vocals alternate between static-like screams and blunt shouting. Harsh and unforgiving, just like we like.
Somewhat of a cross between old Napalm Death, FromTheAshes and Soilent Green’s acidic Sludge/Grind, this is quite the treat and I really can’t say enough good things about it.
Oh but this is a good one. Fans of extremity everywhere – you need this.