Monday, April 3, 2017

Summary of Nepal Deathfest 2017

Nepal Deathfest 2017 official flyer
The 4th edition of Nepal Deathfest brought together some of the most accomplished and intense extreme metal bands in the world. The Ujjwal Party Palace, Koteshwar was a suitable venue in which to celebrate the glorious genres of the underground. All the bands were insanely awesome. We hope you made it to this Deathfest 2017! If you were wasting your life doing something else, then let me appetite you about Nepal Deathfest 2018!

Nepal Deathfest 2017 was one hell of an experience. The great bands, the insane mosh pit, and all the awesome fans who attended from various parts of the world, like the Czech Republic, Australia, Slovenia, USA and India and reunited friends from the underground scenes of Central India, Shillong, Imphal, South India, Dharan (the Kharani guys), Jhapa (Hardcore Rajya), Pokhara, and the rest of Nepal.

Discord, is the first band from Bhaktapur, Nepal, to play grindcore. It was founded in 2016 by Keroz Shrestha along with his friends. Hell yeah, these young guys played old school, kick your ass into utter oblivion mosh tunes until the pit couldn’t take it anymore.

Error, my favorite grind band, was so raw and dirty they should have had their mouths washed out with soap. Influenced by Wakk Thuu, they have a local following in hometown Dharan, and in Kathmandu. Whatever it takes to make a good grindcore band, these guys have it, and proved they have a place in this scene.

Scutter, proudly known as the 10inch band from Biratnagar, have shared the billboard with Dictated. They are an indigenous ethnic group from the Himalayas and were the cherry on top of the virgin mountains with their dose of sick hardcore sounds.

All hail the violence in the performance from Rog, from Pokhara, Nepal, who was selected to be listed in the South Asian English Music website by Sound Gimmicks. They took us to the utmost edge of extremity of grind/violence. Their mix of sound disfigured our faces forever and was a plague upon us all.

Snuffx showed us how power/violence Indian noise grinders can blast, grind, and beat ya down, and was accused by one fan “of sucking the biggest, hairiest, greasiest and stinkiest part of a grizzly bear's body.” This two-piece band told me that they only played live once in India, due to not having audience for this kind of music. They came to Nepal to get that warm, fuzzy feeling of sucking the shit until they couldn’t take it anymore, and everyone seemed well satisfied!

Strangle is from Nepal. It’s said that a good hardcore song is like a swift roundhouse punch to your jaw, it smacks you back, knocks you back, and is gone before you’re sure what happened. Add that to a band who has two vocals and you have Strangle, who last played the Show No Mercy 2017 gig. My favorite was “Life Full of Shit.” It’s no wonder that this hardcore/crossover thrash band is in demand! It’s recommended you take your earbuds out when you listen to them on your laptop.

Nude Terror, home boys of Kathmandu, likes to be known as playing a “socially conscious brand of straight ahead grind,” and are one of the most prominent acts in grindcore around. We were proud of these Nude Terror revolutionary Nepali guys. Fuck all the activists and grind on!!!

Congenital Death from New York, USA, headliner on Day 1, beat the brains out of the audience, using the genre hammer of ‘Philly hardcore’ to bring blood running from more than just our ears. They slammed the door in our faces about a hundred times during each song and this is the way we like it! These guys sounded really pissed off, so if this type of gruesome battle is for you, this is the group to follow!

Desperate Mile, probably the best deathcore band in Nepal, played super heavy. While we watched in sheer disbelief, they created a zombie mosh of impending doom that was totally huge and the dreadful truth is that we cowered in fearl When it comes to deathcore, they are gruesome!

Aakrosh has been called Nepal’s most underrated underground band. Their deep vocals, extensive use of blast beats, and heavy riffs were played so tight that anyone who didn’t like them must have been a used-up pussy and couldn’t take it anymore! However, they left with most of us not wanting them to stop.

Warhound, from Bangladesh, was so fresh and so damn heavy that we think the band members must have had bad childhoods. They have forged a style of their own, and the band has gotten better and better since they added Ronnie Radke. The mosh pit seemed like they were walking with heavy sandbags around their ankles. Thanks for coming over, guys!

Known as a 1980s Anarcho band, Corbata, the Masked Grind Terrorist three-man set from Tokyo, Japan, terrified us all with their masked anger and intensity. The audience was begging on their knees for more abuse and got it just where they liked it; right where it hurts the most.

The insane mosh pit of Germany’s mighty Defeated Sanity was a highlight of 2017. They were the headliner of the 2nd day of Nepal Deathfest 2017. Witnessing them live was really a dream come true for those present, and fans even got chance to sing with them in the song "Engulfed in Excruciation." Some are still wondering if it was a dream.

All thanks to Brutal Pokhara Nepal and Eumsn, headed by Zivon Gurung and Vishal Vof respectively. Nepal Deathfest 2017 was one of the most lunatic shows whose amazing mosh pits were out of control. All the bands in the Fest fvckin' nailed down the sounds of chaos, violence and aggression. Salutes again to the hard work and dedication to extreme music from Zivon Gurung & Vishal Vof for bringing in so many internationally famous and intensive bands in Nepal. Staff and fans expressed that both you guys did a great freaking job which was really appreciated from the inner hearts of all.


Nepal's extreme music scene is growing by leaps and bounds and evolving into a big family. Thanks to the friends and members of Brutal Pokhara, Eumsn, Eus, Eumss, Extreme DRN, Euh and EuI India all coming together with the goal of providing love and support for every band and for everyone who showed up to enjoy. All Hails to Nepal Deathfest, the biggest metal festival of South Asia in 2017. #NDF2017  #Extreme_Yourself

BTW, If any band has the balls to play in front of these sickos, please write eumsn696@gmail.comrailahsiv@gmail.com, or brutalpokhara@gmail.com. These guys are always open to work with extreme bands from all over the world.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Thrashmandu Fest April 29th 2017


Link to official event page : Ultimate Thrashmandu Fest
Fans of thrash are gearing up for the Ultimate Thrashmandu Fest 2017 at the Reggae Bar in Thamel in Kathmandu, Nepal, on Saturday,1 PM, April 29th! You are invited and you won't be disappointed at what the Extreme Underground Metal Society of Nepal has in store. Ticket price is Early Bird 350 Nrs (free Eumsn's pin), and Door Sales 500 Nrs. Call the following person : Anesh 9860363841; Sarwe 9808994825; Syangtang 9818939642; and Bhawana 9803976640. 

Kathmandu has become a fertile breeding ground for showcasing modern pioneers in this genre. Thrashers will be pleased by the sheer torment awaiting from Disorder (Nepal), Thrash (Bangladesh), Exalter (Bangladesh), and Armament (Kolkata, India). Kathmandu is a city plagued by the tension of opposites and bleeds with churning counter culture. This Thrashmandu was designed with this in mind, and will lay waste to the audience, so make plans to come and enjoy the pain. These bands are utterly down with the sickness. This event will bring on panic attacks that attracts those who crave fast solo riffs and drums like guns, especially if you are a headbanger that likes to mosh and get rowdy. If you pick up girls with the line "Hey baby, you into speed metal?" you'll be especially welcome here. 

Disorder (Aslil Manav Savyata) are Nepali Thrash power machine heroes and specialize in mosh songs that will send your neck to hell, which is one of the true beauties of the genre. Disorder plays such great stuff they are even cruel to themselves! Thrash (A Lesson in Thrash) all the way from Bangladesh has crazy drumming and nice riffs. Active since the later half of 2011, they signed with Incursion Music to release their first EP entitled "A Lesson in Thrash", which came out in October, 2012. Be blown away by this modern evolution of thrash, and check out their lyrics if you really want to get sick! Exalter (Tortured Innocents), thrashers from Bangladesh, are the culmination of desolation! Cum if you like to hear the explosive anguish of tortured snare drums. This audacious band puts out blunt and blackened, raw, kickass stuff, so if you walk in late and sniff the churning smell of human flesh, it's gotta be them! Curse your fate if you miss them. Hails to Armament (Chaos Prevails), from Kolkata, India, who will give you fucking tasty, fun and amazing, early years thrash. You will thank your lucky thrashers you have the chance to witness this band's performance live. You cannot resist or live without hearing them! So hit the road, get them tickets, and thrash with Eumsn and the other daredevils.

Article by : Joan K. Matlock

Available on Gig day for Nrs. 700/- 
Note*** Eumsn book shows for bands, organizes gigs, manages tours etc. Contact us at our facebook page or email us at eumsn696@gmail.com or railahsiv@gmail.com

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Nepal Deathfest 2017


                                                                 Nepal Deathfest 2017


The fourth instalment of South Asia's most brutal and extreme metal fest is scheduled to happen on March 10th and 11th of 2017 at Ujjwal Party Palace, Koteshwar featuring mighty Defeated Sanity from Germany, supported by Congenital Death (USA), Corbata (Japan), Warhound (Bangladesh), Snuffx (India) and local bands Aakrosh, Nude Terror, Strangle, Desperate Mile, Corpse Sick, Discord, followed by outstations bands Rog (Pokhara), Error (Dharan) and Scutter (Biratnagar). 


Back in 2014, Nepal Death Fest was established by Eumsn and Brutal Pokhara with a vision to unite extreme listeners from around the Nepal and as well neighbouring countries too. Today, Nepal Deathfest is known as biggest rising extreme metal festival around the globe that have already witnessed bands like Defiled(Japan), Meat Train(England), Nervo Chaos(Brazil), Sete Star Sept(Japan), Smallpox Aroma (Thailand), Malapateka (Malaysia) and more.  

Subscribe Nepal Deathfest 2017 to keep yourself updated with the event.
Watch Nepal Deathfest PR team interview with Thaalani Production


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Disorder & Nude Terror Announces Their Debut Album Launch Shows


Album Covers


Disorder started out in 2013 by group of friends with similar interest in music. Their passion for Old School thrash metal kept them going and after playing numerous gigs for 3 years they finally decided to record what they have been writing for all those years. Their inspiration, passion for music is all reflected on this album. 

Nude Terror started out in 2012, since then they have been playing around the city and out stations as well couple of gigs in India too.They derive their inspiration from thrash metal, death metal, hardcore.Bunch of friends who are passionate about music thought it was about time to record what they have been playing and writing music for all those years.

Both band's shirts and cd's will be available for purchase on 10th December 2016 at Nude Terror and Disorder Album Launch



Following up their album show in Kathmandu ; the boys will travel to Damak making their first ever appearance in East. Also, this is the first time that Damak is hosting the kind of extreme metal fest. So, it's quite interesting. For more info's and details about the show please visit Rise Up Vpl. 2 (feat. Nude Terror & Disorder)



December 15th 2016 the boys will appear in Grindcore City of Nepal ; Dharan. And this will finally end the long wait of both side. To gather all the required information about Dharan show please response to Dis-Nude Charge (Alliance In Struggle-3)




The boys are also appearing in Butwal on 18th of Decemeber 2016 at the second instalment of Devdaha Fest II






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Reminder ; Eumsn book shows for bands, organizes gigs, manages tours etc. Contact us at our facebook page or email us at eumsn696@gmail.com 

Monday, November 14, 2016

Chrematomania (Brutal Death Metal band from Gangtok, Sikkim)


Facebook page ; Chrematomania

Chrematomania, the one and only brutal death metal band in Sikkim was formed in 2014. They plays brutal death metal with jazz, progressive and dissonance elements. Their first gig was Darjeeling Death fest in 2014 with the old line up, since then the band remained in active up to 2015 after when the band's line up was complete. After that they started composing new materials with new elements. Since then they have toured alongside Dictated from Netherlands as part of the Underground Infamy Tour - II in Nepal and North East India.

Chrematomania is now on the move of recording their first single with new line up, After the release of the single they will soon be releasing their EP Hypocritic Ideologies.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Extreme Yourself In November 2016 (Gigs Update)

Howieeee extreme metal heads of  Nepal! If you are just tired of festival things then here are 3 shows which is happening in Dharan, Pokhara and Kathmandu. 

On 2nd of November 2016 Extreme Dharan is hosting Neuroticos (Jp/Bra) and XrepeatX (India) at Grind & Mosh II supported by Rog from Pokhara, as well local bands from city are in the line up too.

Official flyer of Grind & Mosh II.

Listen Promo Song of Grind & Mosh Vol II

Please be informed that XrepeatX is playing in Pokhara and Kathmandu also. For Pokhara details ; visit Butcher The Values 4 ; the original Extreme Fest of Pokhara. Beside, you can grab this awesome Gg Allin shirt from Brutal Pokhara during this event. 

Official Fest Shirt
Lastly, Eumsn is hosting XrepeatX in their 3rd instalment of Sick Fest 3 in Kathmandu ; Nude Terror  is supporting them in this event while Error from Dharan is making their debut in the city. Also, there are more bands in the line up too which includes Discord too.

Early Bird Ticket Desing

So, dare not to miss these shows if you are from above cities. Extreme Yourself!

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Reminder ; Eumsn book shows for bands, organizes gigs, manages tours etc. Contact us at our facebook page or email us at eumsn696@gmail.com 

Saturday, November 30, 2013

GORE FOR PASSION NOT FOR FASHION by Jonathan


RAW, NOISY & GORY Vol. 1 GORE FOR PASSION NOT FOR FASHION

Birth



Created in: October, 2009
Genre: Goregrind
Members: Christ (Vomit / Battery) Paul (Strings)
From: St. Paul, Minnesota
Influences: Last Days of Humanity Lymphatic Phlegm Dysmenorrheic Hemorrhage Ulcerrhoea Regurgitate Bodies Lay Broken Retaliation Patisserie Blue Holocaust
Official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/birthofficial
Official ReverbNation: www. reverbnation.com/birthgrind

Bandcamp: https://birthgoregrind.bandcamp.com/



Pyemesis





RAW NOISY GOREGRIND from IRELAND
Previous release:
-Split w/ Bowel Leakage -Pyemesis Demo 2013 -4 trx album 2013
All available on Bandcamp

Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pyemesis

Squirm

About Squirm: SHOCKING!!! DISGUSTING!!! CRAWLING TERROR!!!! IT WILL EAT YOU ALIVE!!! SQUIRM!!!!
Genre: GoreGrind Members: Jay-Everything From: Slime City Record label: Wretched Decay Records
Influences: Lord Gore, Bowel Stew, Mortician, FondleCorpse, GoreRotted, Impetigo, GoreLord, Satan's Revenge On Mankind, Vomitory, Exhumed.

Genre: Goregrind/Death Metal
Members: Alex - Guitars, Bass, Drums, Vocals
From: Pinsk
Influences: Intestinal Disgorge, Foetopsy, Anal Cunt, Hemdale, Dysmenorrheic Hemorrhage, Regurgitate, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Embryonic Cryptopathia, Phyllomedusa, Bradyphagia, Accept Death, Neuro-Visceral Exhumation, Last Days of Humanity (2000 - 2003), Fistula, Hyperemesis, Menometrorrhagia, Active Stenosis, Regurgitate, Dead Infection
Started as Cockspank in december 2011. Changed name to Bowel Leakage in november 2013.
Future releases: Split with Penis Amputator (Searching for label) Split with Pyemesis (Torn Flesh Records (digital release)/... Records (tapes)) Split with Dread Cunt (Self-released floppy disks limited to 10 copies) Split with Pulmonary Fibrosis (Searching for label) Split with Menometrorrhagia Full-Length Album
Genre: Gore
Members: Cory - Bass Trashy - Skins Kyle - Esophagus Ryan - Guitar
From: Lima, OH
Record Label: DIY
Influences: Couple Skate influences include but are not limited to: Regurgitate. Last Days of Humanity. Excruciating Terror. Agathocles. Archagathus. Plasma. Rompeprop. Dahmer.


Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Couple+Skate




THANATOMORPHOSE



Started: 2013
Genre: Splatter Horror Goregrind
Members: Dez D'Outre-Tombe - Everything
Ville d’origine: Hull, Canada
Influences: Regurgitate, General Surgery, Carcass, Terrorizer, Napalm Death, Machetazo, Last Days of Humanity, Dahmer, Mortician, Agathocles, Unholy Grave, Hemdale, Dead Infection, Malignant Tumour, Rot, Haemorhage, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Cripple Bastards, Gruesome Stuff Relish, Denak, Catasexual Urge Motivation

Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ThanatomorphoseGrind





Croque-Mort


CROQUE-MORT is a savage, barbaric and brutal Horror Death/Grind catharsis that draws inspiration out of horror and death . . . NECROPHONIC TERROR! : Horror Death/Grind Terror Machine. Since 2008. Croque-Mort is an old French word for mortician or embalmer. It literally means "death crunch", because the morticians used to crunch the toes of the dead to make sure they were really dead...
Started: 2008
Genre: Horror Death/Grind Terror
Members: Dez D'Outre-Tombe - NECROPHONIC TERROR!/ Instruments of torture (Axes, buzzaw, grindmachinegun & growls from beyond the grave)
From: Montreal, Quebec, Canada Currently active in: Hull, Quebec, Canada
Influences: Mortician, Carcass, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Impetigo, Necrophagia, Agathocles, Catasexual Urge Motivation, Dahmer, Abscess, Repulsion, Brutal Truth, General Surgery, Regurgitate, Exhumed, Dismember, Entombed, Dead Infection, Unholy Grave, Malignant Tumor, Machetazo, Napalm Death, Brodequin, Hemdale, Haemorrhage

Monday, November 25, 2013

Interview w/ Nabil Abaddon of Sacrilege (Thrash Metal, Dhaka, Bangladesh)





Official Facebook Page : ( https://www.facebook.com/Sacrilegebd)

Vishal - What are you doing nowadays?
Nabil
:  We are doing a couple of things like recording our first original, practising some covers and writing more lyrics!We've got a number of shows in December.So preparing for them as well.

Vishal - Can i get the story of your band and biography? What is the meaning of Sacrilege means to the band?
Nabil: Well it all started off in the last days of 2012. Our riffer Tajrianul wanted to form his own Thrash Metal band.He jammed with some musicians like Digonto Islam and Meraj Azad(both fromAbominable Carnivore) but it did not work out for long. Then he found Saquib Ahmad,our drummer who just left Abominable Carnivore then and Arif Islam from Tajrianul's ex band Damage Inc. They started practising regularly and after a few months Turzo Hasan, Arif Khan and I joined in.Thats how it all came about. Basically We all just love Thrash Metal! 

Sacrilege means to profane/desecrate something holy. Basically, we have a lot of hypocritical shits going on in the society in the name of politics,democracy,education,religion and even in the music of Metal! We call upon a rebel against all these as a band.

Vishal - What are the lyrical themes you use in your song?gore, horror, politics, anti religion etc.. Nabil: Firstly, we are not anti-religious.But we do oppose the hypocrisies and terrorism that exist in the name of religion. Our lyrical themes are taken from life and society that we are pissed off about. They have deep meanings and sometimes are a bit thought provoking. We are not just like any other bands who would go on about social issues,gore,poseurs,nuclear bombs without any point. Our vox Arif and I deal with the lyrical duties and to a lot of extent, our lyrics are quite personal.

Vishal - How it feels to be in an Underground band? And for how many years you are in this scene?
Nabil: I feel like kicking some asses! Thrash is all about that hahahahah! Well its been a while...some 5 years.

Vishal - Which are the bands that have influenced your band most?
Nabil: Exodus,Sodom,Metallica,Slayer,Death,Evile,Powersurge,Severe Dementia etc etc

Vishal - What are the future plans of Sacrilege? any tours, releases, recordings etc.
Nabil: if everything goes right, we will be releasing our first original 'Fueled by Hate' through an online compilation called Raktapyas!Apart from that we are going to self-release a demo CD containing the song and our rehearsal videos of two covers.Hopefully by the end of 2014, we'll come up with our debut EP!We don't wana rush and make a stupid EP which offers the same old thrash sound. We are doing regular shows.We would love to tour Nepal,India and other countries around Asia in the near future. CALL US UP!

Vishal - How do you feel about the classifications in metal? like deathcore, metalcore and other subgenres.. Nabil: umm...Metalcore is cool when you're nailing your girl! dunno about the rest.Look man, new subgenres are coming up every other day.its upto you as to what your ears relate to!But at the end of the day, the authentic Metal is Heavy,Thrash,Death and Black Metal! I am more into those.

Vishal - In general term metal isn't appreciated by Society what do you have to say on this?
Nabil: If they accepted Metal,then theres no point of doing it. Metal music is the dark reflections of the society! We don't sing happy shits! Why would they like it?

Vishal - What is your opinion on sites posting Underground Materials?
Nabil:
I think its awesome and much needed! Really important.

Vishal - Ok, what do you want to tell those peoples who rips off the band hard work and illegally downloads their music?
Nabil: I wanna hunt 'em down and rip 'em off back!

Vishal - Beside Sacrilege do you have any other projects you have? If then, Can you tell us about those projects in few words?
Nabil: Nope.

Vishal - Is it hard surviving in underground Scene?
Nabil: Yes,specially with the lack of shows,money and cheap-ass band politics!

Vishal - Metal has to be underground or metal has to go mainstream, what's your opinion?
Nabil: Truth is Metal will always exist in both places. But i think Extreme Metal should always be underground!

Vishal - What is your opinion on the current state of underground metal?
Nabil: In Bangladesh? Its divided in the stupid 'true-poser' dispute!Apart from that, Bangladesh is going through a massive Thrash revolution at this moment.Proud to be part of it.

Vishal - Which is the album you want to take to your grave?
Nabil: Sound of Perseverence or Deliverance!

Vishal - Can you recommend us some good bands from your country for our readers?
Nabil: Severe Dementia,Jahiliyyah,Abominable Carnivore,Homicide,Enmachined,Thrash,Dissector.

Vishal - Support Underground Metal, how much you agree on this quote?
Nabil: I say, Support Metal!Support good music!

Vishal - Where do our readers can buy and listen Sacrilege and any other merchandise?
Nabil: You can hopefully get it from the compilation Raktapyas and also for our videos and updates, go to www.facebook.com/sacrilegebd

Vishal - Do you remember your first show with Sacrilege, How was it and how did the crowd reacted to your first show?
Nabil: We performed in front of a stranger crowd as well as our brother metallers. The appreciation was massive.

Vishal - Metal Fans from Nepal doesn't have a proper way to reach your records and any other such bands, Is there an easy way so we can also get the hold of cds, shirts etc.
Nabil: Our close brothers Homicide will playing at Nepal Death Fest next year.We'll send some stuff then!

Apart from that Sacrilege would really love to tour Nepal soon!!

We can bring CDs and merch then

Vishal - Do you have any plans to come to Kathmandu (Nepal) in coming days?
Nabil:
We do want to! We are looking forward to touring there.

Vishal - What do you hate in Underground Metal?like, anything..
Nabil:
 People like to call themselves TRVE cause they listen to old school metal and call anyone poser who does not! Just fuck off!

Vishal - Your dream metal fest line up.
Nabil:
Exodus, Sodom, Slayer, Kreator, Nile, Necrpohagist, Opeth and our very own Severe Dementia!

Vishal - Quick top 5 albums we must have in our collection.
Nabil
: Reign in Blood, Bonded By blood, Sound Of Perseverance, Paranoid,In Torment In Hell...just to name five!

Vishal - Lastly, a space for you anything EUMSN have forgotten to ask you can tell us here?
Nabil:
Listen to good music,listen to whatever you want,lastly listen to Thrash fucking Metal!!




Sunday, November 24, 2013

Best Of Jonathan Perusse (Vox of CHUD) from 2013


Alright so apparently it's that time of the year again where everybody is doing their "top 2013 best album". So I'm gonna do mine, but mine is really short haha! First of all there's no really good new albums that comes to my mind, yeah sure there's a shitload of new Slam band with guttural vocals and stuff, but none of them have kept my attention enough to put them in my list. Of course there's the new Carcass and shit but they are already well known, and the point that I'm doing this is to make you discover new bands, somebody will put Carcass in their list, don't worry about that haha!
First of all, I'm canadian! Big surprised eh! Haha! Well, that's why the 2 bands I wanna share with you are canadians, just doing some sweet promotions for our local bands! You've probably heard of them in one of my interviews because I interviewed both of them... Anyway, let's go!
Axxion... That band from Toronto who makes you fell like you're trap in the 80's in a boxing arena filled with sweaty dudes and smoking chicks. I've first heard of them 1 year ago I think, not really sure but anyway, that's not important... But what's important is that I remember the first time I put their album in my tape player (Yeah, that's right, a tape! Can you be more oldschool?) and sitting back on my couch, rolling a 2 paper joint and drinking a cold can of cheap beer, and BAM! It hit me right the face! Every songs have this powerful feeling that you can do whatever the fuck you want, and the only thing you need is a motorcyle (or a bmx if you're poor) and a leather jacket and you're all set! From track to track, D.D.'s voice is so awesome, never on the same boring tone, and he's the proof that you don't need to puke your lungs to be a badass! Well, he have iron lungs for sure, but I'm talking about the guttural stuff... Anyway, I don't fkn know how a guy can sing like that, but he can and he's good! Shred's shredding, of course, and every riffs are unique and just wanna make you dance like those weird glam dudes in Motley Crue videos, except that this is 2013 and they're able to make you cry because you're born too late, but at the same time make you smile because it's like a message: Hey kid, you missed the 80's? No problem, Axxion is here, party time! Anyway, you get the point haha! I've listen to a shitload of music in 2013, but that's one of the only album that I can say I was honestly sad when I heard the "click" sound at the end of the tape... Already done? Damnit...
If you havent heard of them yet, here's 2 links:
And here's the link from the interview I did with them:
The second release I wanna talk about if a GrindCore band from Ottawa, those who know me well know that I truly fucking love them, and the fact that they released a new EP, AMER, just made my year the best one ever! Yep, I'm talking about Fuck The Facts! Their previous album, in my opinion, were really awesome. But this one, my friends, is just... Well I don't know what to say, there's no word to explain that, maybe there's one but I'm french so I don't know it. Yeah, it's a short album, but as soon as I put the tape (yeah, another tape!) in my ghetto blaster, I unleashed hell. Every tracks are unique, powerful and filled with a vibe that wasn't there in their previous releases. And it's really good. Of course if you're not a fan of GrindCore you probably won't like it, but if you are, you really need this EP in you collection. I like the fact that most of their song are in french too, it make me feel more like it's a local band, and I'm proud to say that. In all my tape collection, that's the one who's never really far from my tape player, just because it's always playing...
So here's a link for one of their song:
And here's the link from the interview I did with them:
So that's it folks, I know I didn't talk that much about every tracks on each album but hey, I'm not a journalist, I'm just a normal dude writing stuff about bands I like! These 2 albums that I wrote about are really worth the try, and both of these bands can be easily contacted via Facebook if you're interested! Thanks for the read! I hope you liked what I wrote, if not well... I'm canadian so sorry about that haha! Cheers!