Hailing from California, CAULFIELD play really depressing sounding hardcore. Huge crusty parts with a dash of 90's Cleveland hardcore and a bunch of really sad/bleak instrumental breaks thrown in a blender and regurgitated onto this lp as loud as possible.
Think His Hero Is Gone meets Integrity meets Neurosis.
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Fucking Full Of Hell knowns how to bring it with the God Of Noise at the helm. Pure Total Noise Grind Blacken Sickness. I fucking love it. This track sums up the whole conceptual lore of the album!
Fuckin Noiseeeeegrindddddd🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽🔥🔥🔥🔥☠☠☠☠ ryuchairo 竜茶
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I don't mean to be a "first albums only" elitist or anything of the sort since I didn't even discover these guys til maybe a year and change ago, but truth be told- the demo tracks are my favorites despite Deafheaven's undeniable growth and evolution into a broader sort of awesome. satangutsandchristcorpsepaint