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Gonzo Violence!!!

Hearin alot of trash talk about this split lately and I ain't with it, while Apt. 213 execute some good old fashioned Power Violent death metal, while extremely brutal is nothin too memorable. Except for the first track, considering all the Worthless F**king C**t's I know, I can just relate to that song. As for the undisputed kings of digital grindcore, Agoraphobic Nosebleed. Well they really go for somethin crazy experimental here. Reminds me of their stuff on the Poacher Diaries, how it doesnt sound like the amazing stuff their known for. It's cool they went for something real different because after a grind attack acid trip like Altered States of America, their wasnt much more they could do with that sick formula. Honestly I'm really diggin their tracks, It's straight up Gonzo Grind Death. In your face and not takin S**t, the drums sound real this time around. Instead of Hull's signature grind guitar, they switch it up with a couple distorted bass's. The results are pretty impressive if you can handle some Power Violence at its most raw and stripped down. The sound is just pummeling, pure sub woofer annihilation, the blasts just keep flowin via nasty bass riffs. Jay Randall's lyrics still offensive and amazing, but this time exploting some ides of Domestic Violence (obviously), Plane Crashes, and Racial issues, but instead of mind blowing little sentences, he writes thought out storylines for each track. Using Steve 213 as a second vocalist is really effective, he has that perfect growling spazz like groan, him and Randall effectively pull it off. So if you're a real Agor fan, and know they can do just about anything heavy, offensive and amazing, you probably already know the uniqueness of this latest exercise in Domestic Powerviolence. As for the rest of you, what are you doin here if you ain't down? Solid Jams all around, cant wait to see what they unleash next.

amazing but better on vinyl

Apartment 213 is great, Makita is a genius. Same goes for Nosebleed.

power grindcore

almost as good as the original line up with Mean Steve and Kris Ringworm.


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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Domestic Powerviolence, Agoraphobic Nosebleed
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