Sissy Spacek – Ways of Confusion (Review)

Sissy SpacekSissy Spacek are a grindcore band from the US and this is, apparently, their 30th album(!).

Holy crap this is intense. 39 tracks in a scant 15 minutes? Blood Hell. Continue reading “Sissy Spacek – Ways of Confusion (Review)”

Brutal Blues – BB (Review)

Brutal BluesBrutal Blues are a Norwegian grindcore band and this is their debut album.

I have been looking forward to hearing some more material from this band ever since 2014’s self-titled EP was unleashed. It seems like it’s been a long wait, and it has, I suppose.

Has it been worth it? Simply stated; yes it has. At least, if you’re a glutton for aural punishment. Continue reading “Brutal Blues – BB (Review)”

Warfuck – This Was Supposed to Be Fun (Review)

WarfuckWarfuck are a French grindcore band and this is their third album.

Warfuck have an unsubtle name to go along with their unsubtle sound. 23 minutes of blistering grindcore spread across 15 rabid tracks? Why, I don’t mind if I do. Continue reading “Warfuck – This Was Supposed to Be Fun (Review)”

Toothless – Red (Review)

ToothlessToothless are a hardcore/metalcore band from the US and this is their latest EP.

The press blurb describes Red as being influenced by bands like Norma Jean, The Chariot, and Every Time I Die, and I can see that; this is of that same breed of chaotic, barbed metal/hard/noise/mathcore. If you like those aforementioned bands, then you should get on very well with Toothless. Continue reading “Toothless – Red (Review)”

Iron Harvest – Iron Harvest (Review)

Iron HarvestIron Harvest are a death metal band from the Netherlands and this is their debut album.

Sometimes all you need is death metal. Sometimes, brutal chaos and insane extremity is all that it takes to get you through the day. This debut album is one such release that hits the spot perfectly; 33 minutes of what can only be described as previously – brutal chaos. Continue reading “Iron Harvest – Iron Harvest (Review)”

Igorrr – Savage Sinusoid (Review)

IgorrrIgorrr is a one-man project, (with guests), and this is his fourth album.

How to describe this? It’s not easy. Well, I think I’ll just sidestep the entire issue and call it a metal album and be done with it. Then I’ll run away and hide. So, ‘metal’ loosely covers it in a general sense, I suppose, but what an injustice a simple genre tag can be.

This is an album that’s as insane as the album cover. Continue reading “Igorrr – Savage Sinusoid (Review)”