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Powerviolence describes a genre, but it may as well describe this album. There are no calm moments here, everything is being destroyed by the chainsaw-sounding guitars. Hold your breath and press play. FLESH MECHANIC
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The heaviest and the meanest release from the "Weekend Nachos" in my opinion. Minus all the crazy, chaotic grind stuff.
The two tracks on this EP most likely were meant to melt listeners' faces off. Regnārs Breikšs
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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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Primarily reviewing for their cover of Matt Kozelek/Desertshore's "You Are Not My Blood", because that's just how great that song is. Gutter Gods and the title track to start offer a good juxtaposition to the slow, clean sludge of the final track. I was fond of their additions of these qualities to the latest record, and would love to hear them explore the contrast of the two fighting spirits- slow sludge rock, and pummeling hardcore- more. autodidact904