--taken from here
Mar 6 2013, 10h47 por metadenAssuck's entire discography, Nasum's "Inhale/Exhale", Pig Destroyer's "Prowler In the Yard", Brutal Truth's first two albums, Carcass' "Reek of Putrefaction", Terrorizer-"World Downfall", Extreme Noise Terror-"Holocaust In Your Head", Repulsion's "Horrified", Discordance Axis discography, S.O.B.'s "Don't Be Swindle", Napalm Death -"Mentally Murdered EP" and General Surgery's "Necrology" EP
--taken from here
Dez 29 2012, 15h54 por nassuttaja2I tried my best to add some commentary this year. It's not much, but at least there's something about every release. Writing an in-depth analysis on 95, or even 30, releases is not my idea of a good time.
Some of the releases can be downloaded legally for free from Bandcamp. I will not check which ones specifically, but thedowngoing, USKO and Dark Cloak should be there. Some others, like FALSE LIGHT, Syntax and Water Torture, can be downloaded for free from Grindcore Karaoke. I just revealed 1/3 of my EP list... oh well.
Honorable mentions: A Place to Bury Strangers, Alcest, Alkerdeel, Arkhamin Kirjasto, Baroness, Bastard Deceiver, Bosse-de-Nage, Cattle Decapitation, Coffins, Deftones, Desecresy, Dysrhythmia, Flourishing, Flying Lotus, Four Tet, Goatwhore, Horrendous, Kendrick Lamar, Meshuggah, Necro Deathmort, Nihill, Nile, Noisear, Pharaoh Overlord, Plague Widow, Protestant, Tame Impala, Torch Runner, Tragedy, War from a Harlots Mouth, Wrathprayer
Top 5 splits
Mar 23 2012, 22h55 por YoQueSe66601- Repulsion - Horrified (1989) (+death)
02- Napalm Death - Scum (1987) (+crust punk)
03- Terrorizer - World Downfall (1989) (+death)
04- Siege - Drop Dead (1984) (+hardcore punk)
05- Napalm Death - From Enslavement To Obliteration (1988)
06- Pig Destroyer - Phantom Limb (2007)
07- Brutal Truth - Need to Control
08- Discordance Axis - The Inalienable Dreamless (2001)
09- Napalm Death - Mentally Murdered EP (1989) (+death)
10- Disrupt - Unrest (1994)
11- Napalm Death - Enemy of the Music Business (2000) (+death)
12- Pig Destroyer - Prowler In the Yard (2001)
13- Brutal Truth - Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses (1992) (+death)
14- Carcass - Reek of Putrefaction (1988) (+goregrind)
15- Rotten Sound - Murderworks (2002)
16- Nasum - Human 2.0 (2000)
17- Bolt Thrower - In Battle There Is No Law (1988)
18- Assück - Misery Index (1997) (+death)
19- Napalm Death - The Peel Sessions
20- Impetigo - Horror of the Zombies (1992) (+goregrind/death)
Nov 18 2011, 0h54 por Omega_Switch22BSo I've decided to relist my catalog my vinyl collection here because I got really bored one day and decided to type all of this shit out- the thought of such boredness brings me much sadness, but I could've just sat staring at the wall, so given that thought this isn't such a pointless post. I'll post another journal entry at some point with some pics of the particularly beautiful vinyl.
If anyone is interested in trading or buying/selling, feel free to message me or comment.
Blonde Redhead- 23
The Flaming Lips- Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Herbie Hancock- Head Hunters
Neurosis- Enemy of the Sun
Talk Talk- The Colour of Spring
Vaste Air- Elixir
µ-Ziq- Tango N' Vectif (Rephlex 1993, 2xLP)
µ-Ziq- Bluff Limbo (Rephlex 1994, 12'')
µ-Ziq- Lunatic Harness (Planet Mu 1997, 2xLP)
A Tribe Called Quest- The Low End Theory (2xLP)
Abigor- Fractal Possession (End All Life 2007, 2xLP gatefold)
Fev 2 2011, 22h52 por zmajeeecephalochromoscope]
I know I'm late. Can't travel back in time, anyhow. If I had to, I'd say that 2010 took the cake in the sludge / slower department in general; bands like Thou, Harvey Milk, Cough, The Body, the new, improved version of Bastard Noise, and much, much more (and sure, I've missed some potentially ace / probably metal ones, e.g. the new Immolation, but I don't really care to hear about it unless it's grind). Not to worry, though, 'cause I've suffered through a great lot of blastbeats anyhow. Deliberately ignoring a lot of titles like, uh, the new Rotten Sound EP, there was still a metric fuckton of boring, vapid, cliched material left to feed on my compulsive urges, so here's a belated New Year's Fuck You to myself. Before indulging into the humongous, cryptic pile of text below (an overview of 2010 releases without a rating system), stop idolizing and romanticizing whatever shit you like to listen to. If you wished to do so, you could download just about any of these releases by typing the band name…
Jan 31 2011, 2h51 por P_cellI was bored, procrastinating on university readings and essays so I decided to make this list. Looking back on it 2008 was such a sick year. This will be a little different just because it's in retrospect.
1. Invincible - ShapeShifters
Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
Truly inspiring. What an album!
This has easily climbed to the top of my favourite hip hop albums of all time, and is one of my favourite albums in general. Not only are the beats continuously excellent, fresh, and attention grabbing, so are the lyrics and overall theme: continuous change to meet challenges, not just expecting the outside to change but to learn from mistakes to change yourself. Creative, intelligent, relevant, sharp all the way through. The various topics covered range from the Israel-Palestinian conflict, "crabs-in-a-barrel" mentality fostered among rappers…
Jan 4 2011, 18h38 por zmajeeeWhat is "sketchgrind"?
In the end, it's just grind.
c/p from Cephalochromoscope:
"鞠螺千世 (KiKurachiyo) no. 2, much faster and noisier and goddamn sketchy (open the blue schematic above for the tracklist counting ten minutes & forty-four seconds). I can't promise that you'll like it, even if you liked Satan Samurai ¤REC Pirate Force, 'cause, while it's still punk as fuck, it has gone a bit into the abstract and came to be with a somewhat specific approach in the first place, one that we dubbed "sketchgrind" ('cause I'd rather use a term made-up a bit less predictably than post-grind, hahaha... just kidding). Specifically, what if one could play / act-out grind in stream of consciousness, much like writers such as Woolf, Kerouac, Faulkner attempted, or, perhaps much more similarly, what the alleged surrealist application of "automatism" claimed to apply (e.g. Breton). I mean - in regard of using a blank piece of paper…
Jun 22 2010, 1h26 por LankoffCategory 1: I love deeply. I drum along to full micro-opuses at the bus stop. Deepest drumset influence. Love drum production. I chug espresso to.
The Holy Vehm ... release a full-length, dammit.
As The Sun Sets
The Sawtooth Grin
Dillinger Escape Plan
Head Wound City
Hella ... for slightly different reasons
Fantômas ... especially Page 6
Slayer ... God listens to Slayer.
Category 1.5: I respect as much as category 1, but listen to less often.
Hayaino Daisuki ... but for all intents and purposes category 1
Wolves in the Throne Room
Krallice ... taking months to digest
Electro Quarterstaff ... taking weeks to digest
Category 2: I love marginally less than category 1, usually because of slightly less impressive drumming or worse production. But don't get me wrong; I'm still obsessed.
Mar 20 2010, 8h56 por P_cellhttp://i166.photobucket.com/albums/u111/pathological_frolic/berserk%20banners/428196_10150694459960761_511910760_11535662_1605055371_n.jpg
This is my collection of records so far, always growing. I have quite a few CDs as well but I'm just doing records.
Any questions or corrections leave a comment.
Absu - Azathoth Composing Session (Pre-ABSU) Rehearsal 12" double red/black marble vinyl (limited to 300).
Absu - Return Of The Ancients demo 12" gatefold single red/black marble (limited to 300).
Fev 20 2010, 7h32 por Khanatist? ..
What is THAT supposed to mean, again?
Hear, hear. Not only did that Khanatist guy not even bother to come up with a proper Top 50 year list, as he traditionally used to all the years before - well, how could you, if all you scrobble in one goddamn year is the latest fail in the wobbling excuse for a genre called dubstep - he also missed the deadline for decade lists by WEEKS and now tries to hand one in later with the obviousness of an obvious troll! Hell, the 10's are almost over, I gotta be kidding, right?
This wasn't easy for me. I've done this list thing before, more than once, and have my music sorted pretty well (pedantically, actually); no, I had to struggle with something else.
It's just so deeply emotionally affecting.
My active passion for music started in the year 2000, or at least my attempts to look beyond the things which get played on the radio and on TV. (There were milestones before; I could drop names such as Kate Bush…