To be honest, Doomsisters escaped from my eye, I don`t really understand, how the hell that happened. Today I will try to fix this embarrassing oversight.
This album is representative of modern grindcore in its most pleasant form: short loud songs of ultra-fast power cords, a drop of old crust, and blastbeats that smash the listener to a substantial degree. + there are two songs with fabulous slow material, I won`t say that that was sludge, but it was something close to that genre. The vocal is wicked and completely fits the noise, and the lyrics consist of sharp social topics (of course it`s not new for this genre, but don`t forget that music is a way to release a word and protest). I strongly feel that guys were inspired by bands like Nails and The Arson Project, Disrupt.
This is a decent album with nice production and impressive sound, also it has a lot of facets, I think many grind freaks will find something special in this record for themself.
Contacts: Doomsisters bc / Doomsisters official site
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