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Album Review

If you're looking for pure, undiluted noise metal, then Agoraphobic Nosebleed are certainly the band for you. Ever since their 1998 debut, Honky Reduction, the chaps from Massachusetts always seem more than willing to bludgeon you with sonic terror on a semi-regular basis. And it's rather unsurprising that on their 2009 release, Agorapocalypse, it's much of the same. As with past releases, the songs on Agorapocalypse fly by at a rapid-fire pace (although at 13 songs total, it doesn't come close to matching their 100-song assault from 2003, Altered States of America). And as always, Agoraphobic Nosebleed are good for chuckle-inducing song titles, such as "Dick to Mouth Resuscitation" and "Druggernaut Jug F**k." Individual standouts are pretty darn hard to select, as the entire album blends together in one massive grindcore blob. But one thing's for sure, if you enjoyed Agoraphobic Nosebleed's previous hijinks, chances are you'll be delighted with Agorapocalypse.

Customer Reviews

Amazing but don't buy here.

Amazing as always but of course iTunes does not include the track before the first. It's 3:22 min long and is bad a*s. If you want to get every track be sure to buy elsewhere. The song is called Timelord Zero (Chronovore). Just be aware!


Different than some of their old stuff, but still totally sick worth getting! Sounds like thrash mixed with grind!

Best album yet!!!

This is a phenomenal album. From the deathgrind-influenced intro through the more hardcore punk-influenced rest of the album, you will not waste your money when you buy this masterpiece. And the introduction of third vocalist Kat makes the songs that much more great, as her screams add a nice touch to every song, icing on the already great cake.


Formed: 1994

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Headed by guitarist/bassist/drum programmer Scott Hull (also of Pig Destroyer and formerly of A.C. as well), grindcore nut-cases Agoraphobic Nosebleed have existed in various forms since 1994. Their bleak, punishing sound mixes together caustic vocals, harsh (and inhumanly fast) drum-machine beats, and Hull's Earache-schooled guitar riffing. Their songs are short and compact, in most cases clocking in at less than a minute long. Their lyrics are often as unorthodox and/or inscrutable as the band's...
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