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Album Review

There is absolutely nothing subtle about Salt Lake City noisemongers, Gaza. On their second full -length offering, 2009's He Is Never Coming Back, the group is all about growls and screams, and extreme metal music that instantly jumps between sludge metal and near-grindcore. For extreme metal that reeks of cold, hard reality — heck, just take a gander at the album's title — Gaza are a supersonic blast to the noggin, especially such sludge-speed-sludge-speed (get the idea?) ditties as "Bishop," "The Meat of a Leg Joint," and the album opener, "How It Is. How It Is Going to Be." There once was a time where it seemed like extreme metallists were trying to be either a musical replica of the speedy rabbit or the slow turtle. Gaza's He Is Never Coming Back succeeds in mutating the two forms together as one.

Biography

Formed: Salt Lake City, UT

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The sound of extremity defined, Salt Lake City's Gaza performs an unpredictable mixture of metal, sludge, and grindcore, which could very well be termed "progressive" due to its highly technical and innately unconventional approach. Introduced to mere mortals via 2006's bludgeoning and audacious Metal Blade debut I Don't Care Where I Go When I Die, the music's...
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