Take That Vile Fiend / Sulfuric Cautery

Here’s a cool grinding split! With nasty vibrations, raw sound, and with two famous gore bands! Guys from Take That Vile Fiend and Sulfuric Cautery guarantee you a vomiting spasm in your brains! If you like fast and nasty grind, you’re in the right place.

Boys from Ohio play the kind of raw grindcore that would make anyones dick hard. Their sound is raw as fuck- difficult to hear the riffs, but that doesn`t matter. This noise makes me think about good old LDOH for the riffs and Warsore for the vocal and heavy sound. There is also something special, its own, in Sulfuric Cautery – the drums. Cymbals are loud and the snare sound is ridiculously simple and primitive, but that weird blast beat sound is original (in my opinion) and it makes this band stand out a lot.

Melbourne based project Take That Vile Fiend is next in line. This “music” has much from the old gore bands. The sound is low, messy, and ugly. Riffs are short and monstrous; I even noticed some gored Death metal riffs. Of course, like other gore bands, TTVF use a pitch shifted vocal, and this small effect brings a lot of brutality into whole record. Noisy blasting drums are good too, they sound a bit punky but I like that.

This split could be compared with a real crime scene, because this unstoppable violence made me think about it all the time during listening. I wish only the sound was bit better.

Rating: 7.5/10       Take That Vile Fiend fb        sulfuriccautery@gmail.com

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