Proletar – From Mindless Syndrome To The Eternal Decay (Stillborn Sounds)

Indonesia is full of mysteries, not only mythical, and it is full of beautiful nature, pleasant and helpful people … but today we will go deep into the local jungle, inhabited by the atmosphere of deep underground, and local guys make noise from their instruments. Today, I want to review one of the oldest Indonesian grindcore bands – Proletar! These guys have traveled almost the whole of Asia with concerts, lit even Obsсene Extreme (Asian part, of course). In my hands I’m holding their CD titled «From Mindless Syndrome To The Eternal Decay», the CD was released in 2013 year. it contains their best tracks of the decade of the band (2003-2013). Most of the 11 (own compositions) and was re-recorded and presented with a new sound to us. As I said, this guys put on this cd 11 of his songs and 2 cover songs, covers of oldest famous dinosaurs Carcass & Morbid Angel.Proletar stuff represents old school grindcore sound with metal stakes. You will not find ultra speeds herelike a magrudergrind or crazy Maruta guitar riffs, but here you get a portion of mental grind! Without Bullshit. 
Especially Respect for the cover! Of course, many will say, What is special? All in the best grindcore traditions … social theme, death, terror … But in today’s events in the world (unfortunately) this topic is as relevant as ever. In general the artist tried and did everything possible to convey the pain and decay of the surrounding world around us. Another interesting feature of this release is a plastic card with the number of your copy (Frankly, I had never seen things like this before.)

Rating: 7/10          Proletar

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