#1
There's only two beats, the blast and the D.


Blackened grind featuring Mick Kenney of Anaal Nathrakh on drums and guitar, and the other two cunts from Mistress who aren't Mick Kenney and Dave Hunt. Totally not in the vein of Anaal Nathrakh, imagine early Napalm Death meets Deathcrush Mayhem with a healthy dose of Discharge-influence. There's a fair amount of experimentation (NWOBHM-style harmonised leads in a grind song!) without sacrificing any of the core elements of the band or it sounding forced/utterly gay.

The first album was good, but the production let it down and it didn't really beg to be listened to again. However, the new album is perhaps the best metal I've heard from 2010.

Listen.

Buy.
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#2
ololololololol Dave **** on live vocals.

Seriously though this is damn sweet.
and I don't care if I live or die,
because I ain't ever going to no other side,
there ain't no heaven and there ain't no hell,
but I am a sinner so it's all just as well
#5
Sounds like Mistress with more punk in the sound. The new album is brilliant, not heard the debut yet.

Britains Got ****ing Aids is a on of the best song titles i've heard
#6
I'll get my grubby hands on it ASAP.
If I took this cigarette and put it out on you...


...would you love me?
#8
The production on Spewings is hella bad.
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I'm a Nazi, baby
I'm a Nazi, yes I am
I'm a Nazi schatzi, you know I'll fight for the Fatherland