Split Prisoner 639 / Throw Me In The Crater out NOW!

Grab your copy thru:  Omega Warfare Records ¡ZAS! Autoproduzioni Toilet Teeth Records EveryDayHate Alternative Record Label Punti Scena Records Dead Punx Records Vleesklak Records  Continue reading Split Prisoner 639 / Throw Me In The Crater out NOW!

Stheno – Liberty Crawls In Waste (Everydayhate)

It happened so that I write a review on every release of this greek maniacs, one can say that I’m monitoring and describing every step of them, hehe))) After couple of splits and one EP it is clear that these guys should move forward. And it is absolutely predictable and logically that Polish label Everydayhate got its hands on their first long-playing album. So, what do we have here? Well, the guys wrote 13 songs for their first real baby (not bad). The first thing which your eye notices is the art which is beautiful in some way. It is … Continue reading Stheno – Liberty Crawls In Waste (Everydayhate)

New Six-Score album out now!

You can order this album thru: WooAAargh, Bloody Lips Records, Prejudice Me Records, Vleesklak Records, Hardcore For The Losers, Featherlight Records, Hecatombe Records, Epileptic Media, EveryDayHate, TKxPV Records, High Five, Laissez-faire!, Aktiver Aufstand In Plastik Continue reading New Six-Score album out now!

Mesrine / G.O.D.

This split made very long way from the idea to physical incarnation. Labels spent a lot of time releasing this vinyl (I guess that the reason was financial issues, as always)… deadline was changing a lot and I was waiting for this split for more than a year! And finally in the end of the year 2015 I managed to check it out. When I heard about this split for the first time I wasn’t even surprised because guys from both bands live in the same country and are friends and they have many shows where they play together. So … Continue reading Mesrine / G.O.D.

Mindflair – Scourge Of Mankind (EveryDayHate)

It took this guys 10 fucking years to release their 3rd album … but it was worth it. I have to mention that this album made a lot of noise. Labels also did good job here, releasing Scourge Of Mankind in the cassette, vinyl and CD versions – for any taste. The ordinary (as for me) cover hides a good weapon for causing massive ear pain. In their latest work, these German guys gave the last pieces of their souls to forces of chaos. No, seriously, you run into risk of getting cerebral hemorrhage while listening to this – I’ve … Continue reading Mindflair – Scourge Of Mankind (EveryDayHate)

Stheno/World Downfall (EveryDayHate)

Wow, what a grim cover (but with some certain elegance)! It is very suitable for this split, since topics that are addressed in the songs are full of darkness too. The first band on the split is a German team named World Downfall (not to be confused with the Japanese team that has same name). There is not much of a material, 2 tracks in total… But the first song helps forget this disappointment. Guys just knocked the listener off his feet with their sharp start. It’s a very cheerful metalized grindcore, with a good dense sound. With their music, … Continue reading Stheno/World Downfall (EveryDayHate)

Yattaï – Fast Music Means Love (EveryDayHate)

Sometimes to make the album interesting and memorable for the listener, musicians do not need to do any clever experiments with sound, non-standard construction of the compositions, or some strange rhythm, vocals or other things. They also don’t need a beautiful album cover (as in this particular case, because this version of the cover is simply awful, ahaha) Sometimes it’s just enough to listen to music couple of times to feel all the love and sincerity that musicians put into their work. As it happens with this French band with a Japanese name. Today I want to tell you about … Continue reading Yattaï – Fast Music Means Love (EveryDayHate)

EveryDayHate (28.01.16)

Hi Andy, and let’s start with our business. Tell us what was the origin of EveryDayHate? Hey Alex, everything started in the forests in Eastern part of Poland, in small village of cannibals. I was into eating human corpses and remains, a local duo of shamans started a grindcore band and since that time I’m the owner of the grindcore label EveryDayHate, I’m the true and the only real grindcore worldwide establishment. Do you have any special criteria when you select bands for a next release?  Thousands of them, but I’m not sure if anybody is interested in spending hours … Continue reading EveryDayHate (28.01.16)

Horsebastard / Noisebazooka (EveryDayHate, Grind Chucks Div.)

Two twin brothers that were separated when they were small kids – that is the best metaphor that would describe these two bands and the level of their insanity. They were born thousands kilometers away from each other, but they grew up very similar, and now they are ready to go wild. The cover of this album only proves the fact that you hold a very big thing in your hands. I had the first impression that the cover image came out of depths of psychiatric isolator, wahaha!I always had Horsebastard in my list of the most extreme and crazy … Continue reading Horsebastard / Noisebazooka (EveryDayHate, Grind Chucks Div.)

Internal Damage – Age Of Violence (EveryDayHate)

Internal Damage is a band from St. Petersburg was formed in 2007.These guys set for ourselves three objectives: grindcore, old school, and grindcore once again!In the first years lives of Internal Damage guys have already managed to make an album and a split with the legendary Japanese Unholy Grave.But in this review we will look at their second album Age Of Violence. Indeed we can say that the cover of the CD forms a clear idea of what you will hear, inserting the disc into your player.Unchanging artist under the name Jon, keeps guys a support for his work.This time he … Continue reading Internal Damage – Age Of Violence (EveryDayHate)

Haemophagus & Subjugation split 7"

What the vinyl marked with an eight pointed star of chaos and darksome human skulls is expected to be? Right, it’s a grim prospect (go piss up a rope, if you go to church every Sunday). The split of Italian Haemophagus and Turkish Subjugation may become a truly trial)) I’ve heard Haemophagus previously, but at that time their music was sheerly saturated with grind sound. Now you can hardly notice any. While I was reading annotation to this release, I remarked that an author had compared Haemophagus to Machetazo and Repulsion… to be candid, I don’t think so… The first track … Continue reading Haemophagus & Subjugation split 7"