Obscene Extreme Festival, the festival so rabid, so liberating, so filthy; of course we were in our rights to weep at the prospect that this festival would never come to Australia.
Hailing for Pittsburgh, PA, this band has released 3 studio albums, a live album and a demo in their resume. So one must say they have “some experience”.
I usually dislike live albums, but this is an exception and a surprise at same time.
For a genre that had emerged in the late eighties, grindcore has slowly been oxidizing the ears of metal enthusiasts the world over, who were keen for the more brusque
After festering in their own filth for way too long, Melbourne's Fuck...I'm Dead claw their way back to life to bring you Another Gory Mess.
Arriving late to the party can often be embarrassing.
After a demo and a split, Savage Annihilation is back with their full length, a piece of aggressive death metal with grind touches here and there.