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Featuring an album cover that immediately grabs the attention, this is a band that fuses hardcore and metal into an ugly ball of condensed violence.
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Obliterations play Punked-up, rage-fuelled Hardcore that spits and claws its way out of the speakers.
This is violent music that has an angry disposition and a bad attitude.
The Punk riffs are infected with energy and the music is a natural combination of the Old-School and New. The riffs themselves have an older flavour but the crushing production and fiery vocals are much more modern. Taken together they give Obliterations a very enjoyable sound.
Vocally the singer shreds his way through these high octane songs with the passion and intensity of a lifer committed to the cause.
This is a quality release that’s just under 30 minutes of heavy, angry Hardcore. It’s also a great way to start your day.
For fans of Poison Idea, Discharge, Black Flag, All Pigs Must Die and Converge.