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DISGUST
DISGUST
The Horror Of It All...
(Crimes Against Humanity Records)
28:11min

The whole layout of this CD features several WWII pictures and the band comes up with socially aware type song titles such as 'What Hope For The Children?', 'Innocents Pay The Price', 'The Nuclear Threat', 'Raining Bombs' or 'Pray For Mankind'... So, it should already be clear, that these Swedes are not necessarily worshipping Goregrind or Black Metal, but (quote) "extremely brutal Swedish Hardcore / Metal in vein of Discharge and Disrupt..." Not necessarily what we all worship here at the VOICES HQ and honestly spoken, not even as convincing as similar rooted acts such as DRILLER KILLER for instance. If you skip through the 17 tracks on this new (the band's third) full length album, each track somehow seems to sound similar (same speed, same drumming, same riffing...). But maybe I'm just too dump and ignorant to understand this genre. Gimme some VIU DRAKH instead! Label contact: www.cahrecords.com

Frank Stöver

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