Well, after a little unplanned break, which took longer than I’d like, Rubber Axe is back and what’s better than to jump into the action with some nice review, right?
Lividity. One of the longest standing bands from Illinois, thanks to Dave Kibler, a mainstay in our shithole of an area.
I‘ve got in my hands this nice little demo CD. Who is it from? Well, the year is 2013, the country of origin – Indonesia, and the band is called Death Passion.
Today is a day of very very pleasant news to me,so what’s better way to celebrate than to treat myself with ahealthy dose of audio-brutality, right? And as the main course I’vechosen this nice 5-way split CD from 2015, released through RottenMusic.
As you might remember (well, at least those of you who’ve read my review), I’ve really liked material from those Texans. And in what has become a nice tradition for the Rubber Axe webzine, what was the chance I wouldn’t want to find out more about the brutalizers behind that great stuff? Thanks to Brian and John, we have an unique opportunity to learn about some of the definers of the death/grind genre…So, ladies and gentlemen, here comes Necrotomy!
End of 1980s, beginning of 1990s. Sweden, Europe. I guess there were many different ways to express your musical soul. One could probably join ABBA tribute band in a local pub, be a roadie for Joey Tempest or Roxette, or dream of founding Ace of Base…or you could be a fucking death metal musician, ladies and gentlemen!