The gorenoise/goregrind freaks across the ocean have joined hands and created this sick project! Michele Labratti from Italy (whom you might remember from a review of one of his projects called Red Pulp Cords and from the interview I did with him) and American born’n’bred gorefan Max Rivera (again, interviewed not so long ago here as well) have decided to join forces and do some serious damage to our eardrums.
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!
Not a really long time ago, I think it’s about two months, I’ve bought a tape player (again). And the vinyl record player as well (it’s one nice Panasonic setup). I haven’t had one for about 10 years, so it was a high time to get another one, as I’ve definitely had my sight on some tape-only releases.
Gorenoise and goregrind certainly haven’t worn their welcome here at Rubber Axe HQ (and they will be with us for quite a some time to come), but today I am listening to something little different. No, not that New Kids On The Block album I am still in the middle of reviewing (and you know you secretly long for me to finish it), I’m not gonna make such great jump today…at least, not yet.
And who would have expected it – another great release from Testicular Records! Yes, after reviewing Ptoma and their nice “Life” release and 5 way split with Shitstench, Stillborn Granny, Anal Property, Blasted Pancreas and Snuff Corpse Vaginal Puke Collector I’ve received another great split (and for the sake of completion I have to say, I’ve got this from Anal Floss Is Boss along the t-shirt I’ve ordered) – and this time we’re going 4 ways!
Yeah, they have new material out! OK, it’s not a full-length in a traditional sense (you know, 21:05 minutes or so for a long play), but this is noise-grind, baby, we’re not following trends and old beaten paths here!
I’ve received this CD in the joblot I’ve bought, and I was wondering, what the hell is this band about? You know, it’s more like a rockabilly band’s name, but nope this is little heavier.
At first I was afraid, I was petr…no, not that one. At first I was not sure what category or releases should I put this one, as obviously, by standard it’s not an album (although, can we attribute music industry’s standards to grindcore?), nor it’s labeled as some EP, but fuck it, it’s a new material from grind maniacs from Providence, called Moinsturizer.