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Album Review

The Dallas, TX-based quartet Kill the Client are one of America's best grindcore bands. Along with Phobia and Defeatist, they're revitalizing a subgenre that was pioneered by England's Napalm Death on their 1987 debut album, Scum, and they've drawn a line in the sand as far as speed and overall sonic hostility. Kill the Client's previous three releases, all on the Willowtip label, set a benchmark for politically engaged lyrics and musical ferocity. This disc, their debut for Relapse, packs 19 songs into just over 26 minutes, with track titles like "Cull the Herd," "Postmortem Exoneration," "Primetime Dogma," and "Death of Reality" expressing the band's nihilistic, pissed-off world-view in concise blasts. The production is clean, avoiding the blurriness of punk rock but keeping the hail-of-bricks brutality of their music intact. The drums (by Bryan Fajardo, also a member of GridLink) are like an avalanche, the guitars and bass distorted and raw, the vocals a savage howl. This is some of the angriest music being made in America, or anywhere on Earth, in 2010.

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Jreid

Grindcore + Entombed = Kill the client.

Brutal Grindcore. Not for the Faint of Heart!

This album will kick you in the stomach. It may not be as brutal as their Cleptocracy was (nothing is!), but it is still a feral onslaught of hate-filled Grindcore. Nasty sounding production combined with Brian Fajardo's insane drumming and Champ Morgan's super-pissed vocals make for great grind!

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Genre: Rock

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Texan grindcore band Kill the Client were founded in Dallas in 2002, and steadily rose to prominence in America's underground scene thanks to a serious touring work ethic and acclaimed releases like 2004's Wage Slave EP, 2005's Escalation of Hostility album, a 2007 split album with Agoraphobic Nosebleed, and 2008's sophomore full-length Cleptocracy. In 2010, the quartet consisted of vocalist Champ Morgan, guitarist/vocalist Chris Richardson, bassist James Delgado, and...
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