Tag Archives: Grindcore

Benighted – Asylum Cave

These French fiends have passed me by until now, and on this evidence I’ve missed out on some cracking albums. Asylum Cave is the SIXTH release from the band since 2000, and given the sheer quality of this record I’m keen to go back and check out the rest of their work. Continue reading


Cephalic Carnage – Anomalies

Cephalic Carnage are known for their highly original take on grindcore, death metal, jazz and a host of other influences. Anomalies is their fourth full length album and it’s a slight change of pace compared to its high octane predecessors. Let’s take a closer look. Continue reading

Cephalic Carnage – Xenosapien

Xenosapien is the fifth studio album by these Dutch vegetable loving grinders from Denver, Colorado. They’re known for their amazing ability to mix influences from different genres within the confines of their sound and combine that with stellar musicianship. Let’s take a dive in the dazzling world of Cephalic Carnage and their Xenosapien album. Continue reading

Rotten Sound – Cursed

Finland is well known for its share of quality metal bands like Ghost Brigade, Insomnium, Barren Earth and one of the major bands in metal today, whose name I don’t want to mention. Rotten Sound is also from Finland, however they’re active in the grindcore scene. Cursed is the name of their latest album… Continue reading

Cephalic Carnage – Misled By Certainty

Sleep deprivation, shitloads of caffeine and an imminent migraine attack put me in the right mood to write about the newest slab of vintage Rocky Mountain Hydro Grind by Cephalic Carnage. Their latest offering goes by the name of Misled By Certainty and marks the return of this very unique band. Continue reading

The Red Chord – Fed Through The Teeth Machine

Some years ago I had the pleasure of reviewing Clients by The Red Chord. I was totally blown away by the intelligent diversity combined with technical violence displayed on that record. Its successor was a musical tour de force, but lacked the passion of the aforementioned Clients album. Last year The Red Chord released their fourth album, entitled Fed Through The Teeth Machine, which is the subject of dissection today by yours truly. Continue reading

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