This album opens with Botched Anastomosis J-Pouch. On their FB they describe or label themselves as “mincing noisy goregrind”. And I’m glad they do because it’s a spot on description.
And after somewhat acceptable tunes for a majority of metalheads in a form of Horrible Creatures’ latest EP, I’ve had the pleasure (no matter how questionable) to jump head first into the nice dark brown waters of goregrind/porngrind underground.
Honestly, I am not sure if that’s a CD or a CD-R, and I don’t think it’s relevant, but anyway… Ekzema features Olga Tlen on vocals and Cadaverist on guitars (plus, as usual, automated drums) and on this particular release listeners are about to enjoy a short, but very pleasant material.
Interesting split, this one. Max and his Massive Gore Bulge project (or MxGxBx for short, and you know I’ve interviewed him, right) got featured on not one, two…neither on three, but on 4 splits in less than a month! And while his splits with Leucodistrofia and Subhuman Scum still continue in a way of his beginnings in a pure gorenoise (referring to 2018 demo, of course), interestingly, with “Trapped in the Harsh Reality of Pain” release, and split with Septic Convulsion we’re getting more of a goregrind diet than gorenoise. Not that I would complain.
During the conversation after finishing our video interview Ian Berling has mentioned the upcoming 3-way split which would feature his band Zombie Raiders. And to his surprise (and my delight), the material was already released just a day before! Talk about good timing!
What a surprise – and a pleasant one! I’ve encountered Nephrectomy and Gangrene Discharge previously, so I’d known what to expect, but – thanks to Samuele Lami from Eyes Of The Dead Productions – this was my first time I’ve been exposed to Anus Tumor and their offering, which, although not really goregrind, it’s perfect.
Released in 2019 through Eyes of the Dead Production (Italy), Neuropathy offers 9 songs of pure goregrind to please the ears of pathological lovers of anatomy. And just to let you know, they are linked to another material (namely, Drowned Afterbirth) I’ve reviewed back in 2019…
This one should be reviewed quite a few weeks ago. Mea culpa, people, but…well, you know. Life. Life happens and when it does, it’s never funny.
Another review of the Sialorrhoea Production release, yay!!! You remember I did the release of Anemia not too long ago, right?