Battle of the one man goregrind projects! Although it might seem to be so, it’s not (at least, I hope it’s not!), it’s a nice collaboration between two underground scene stalwarts, Bob “The Butcher” Macabre (who is also active in many other projects and runs also Macabre Mastermind Records and co-own Death Becomes Her Records) and Bobby Maggard (and you should know by now his Regurgitated Stoma Stew Productions).
The sounds of running chainsaw…what a sound it is! And exactly with this sound Bobby Maggard starts another Clumps of Flesh release, this time it’s a mini-album from 2019. That doesn’t say a lot, as Bobby has put out some other CoF releases this year also (and I’ve already reviewed another 2019 release, “Violent Night of Butchery”), but you know…just to keep you in the loop, so to speak.
Ah, the lovely sound of noise in the morning! Guys, seriously, I have to say I’ve really missed listening to music and writing reviews for the last week or so while being busy with my (now previous) employment. But a very important lesson learned – 12 hours shifts suck (they always did) and you can’t do much with such a working schedule.
I’ve come across this 1977 movie while perusing materials from the great Something Weird Video (a trailer for this flick was included in Dusk to Dawn Trash-O-Rama volume 1) and because why the hell not, I’ve decided to watch it. I couldn’t find it on a DVD though, but luckily someone uploaded it to Youtube (that’s actually one thing I so hate…trying to get some film just to find out it was never officially released on DVD/Blu, and copies available are basically just grey market copies).
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.
Oh my…American punk, you say? Yep, it can be safe to say Dairrokan plays punk, but it’s influenced by alternative/independent rock (and while I won’t claim I am 100 per cent dedicated punk, and even less alternative/indie fan, I’ll surely won’t shy away from this genre and with thanks to Klast Records I’m clicking on play (yes, it’s digital only)).
Another great gorenoise release I’ve bought from Zack Fogle’s Subliminal Facial Productions and this time it’s Cleveland’s, Ohio, own Epidemic Pain pairing with one of Zack’s projects, namely SxCxRx, which stands for Stercoraceous Copremesis Rhinorrhea and again, I hang my head in shame for not remembering the whole name. OK, I’ll try harder next time, I promise. Oh, and by the way, it’s 2018 release.
For today’s review I’ve chosen this nice split released this year (2019) by Causticity Productions. As I’ve already had the pleasure of listening to some gorenoise and I knew the fame (or infame, it’s up to you) of the label, I was quite interested in what those two projects had to offer.
Look what we have received! An early access to this nice compilation from Klast Records, according to their own description “Raw Indie Punk Label”. It’s their debut compilation and due to be officially released on August 2nd (this year, so obviously, 2019, just in case you’re reading this review like 50 years later, you know).
When I’ve received the digital promo of Old Whiskey Funeral latest album from Jacek , I’d been told to expect something of Darkthrone/Motorhead mix. Of course, what’s not to love with those groups? Therefore I was eagerly anticipating some goodies.