#1
Death/grind band,with a few releases. All S tier. Music for ugly souls, my favourite album of theirs is Beautiful if not solely due to the juxtaposition. Sounds like typical death/grind for the most part, but they summarize the typical murky death sounds and echoing voice samples to tie together the experience. The feeling of Stockholm Syndrome is strong.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Qbuto-Iv3g

Faceless Burial is just some fun death metal the entire family can enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEOuFBaiq2c
#2
Not into grind that much but this sounded better to me than most of the grind I've heard. There's one grind album I really like but I can't remember what it is.
Who are you? The prince of darkness? Don't you have any friends?


#3
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Not into grind that much but this sounded better to me than most of the grind I've heard.


Immortal Fate more death metal than grind elements I think, similar to how Mortician are praised as death/grind, I believe so are Immortal Fate. Stellar stuff though regardless.

There's one grind album I really like but I can't remember what it is.


Gridlink. Don't ask me how I know. It's a gift.
#4
Wasn't too much of a fan of the full-length, mostly 'cause of the guitar tone being too fuzzy. Faceless Burial sounded really good, though and the vocals have some charm to them that I can't quite explain.
#5
Yea the fact that it's mostly death metal with a smattering of grind elements makes it more appealing to me than straight up grind. Pretty unique stuff.

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Gridlink. Don't ask me how I know. It's a gift.

Nope. Phony confirmed. However I do remember now that I found them in a thread you made

I's Blood - Impulse to Destroy.

Bet you didn't see that comin'
Who are you? The prince of darkness? Don't you have any friends?


#6
I did not. I assumed you liked all things Japanese, so now we're at this conundrum and I must meditate.

Quote by Morphogenesis26
Wasn't too much of a fan of the full-length, mostly 'cause of the guitar tone being too fuzzy.


But that's what makes this album so. . . beautiful.