We last met Prolefeed on their very enjoyable split with War All the Time, and they open this release with a fast and furious 13 minutes of aural mayhem. Continue reading “Prolefeed/Henry Kane – The Mass Forfeiture of Collective Responsibility – Split (Review)”
Prolefeed start us off with 15 tracks of pissed-off Hardcore, tearing it up straight away with fast beats and a razor-sharp guitar sound.
Even though the songs are all short, sometimes they do slow the pace down and give vent to their groovier side. Apart from this, it’s all Hardcore-fury as the band play fast enough to vent their rage but rarely enter blast beat territory.
The riffs are full of confident swagger and attitude, embracing their heritage and really going for the throat.
The vocals are high shouts, angry and harsh, just as we like it.
After this we have War All the Time, who contribute the final 11 tracks to this violent split.
War All the Time have an uglier, fuzzier, filthier production than Prolefeed’s sharpness, and benefit from a rounder sound in this regard.
Other than that there are a lot of similarities between the bands; short songs, (although on average slightly longer for War All the Time), Punk fury, swagger, attitude, fast but-not-blast-beats, etc.
The singer has a deeper shout than that of Prolefeed; a throaty snarl shouting belligerently across the tracks.
Like their partners on this split, it’s an enjoyable listen. On balance, I think I prefer Prolefeed’s contribution though as there’s a little more variety in attack, but both sides hit the spot for a bit of grinding angry Hardcore violence.
Have a listen.