After 3 years of long pursuits and eventually thanx to
the great Subordinate distro I've been able to put my hands on the only
CD (something more than a promo collection of demos to achieve an amount
of 31 trax) that this dead Denver-based band has recorded so far in
a very limited number of copies.
Exaggeratedly corrosive grind/death/noise with some jackass riffs, like
in "Noise 1", stacks of ultraferocious crust vocals,
guitar thrusts and lyrics - so painfully sung that you couldn't imitate'em
even if they were tearing off all your nails one by one - and "Ooka
Mooka", cover of the classic of Festering Puke. They
don't want themselves to be taken seriously, as they are so politically
uncorrect, hypercensorable, and friendly with a crude language that
might stun or make a docker unloader clap.
In my own conceit the masterpiece best representing the whole concept
of Dismembered Fetus's genre is "Colfax", which prob'ly
later influenced Hemdale a bit, while "Noise 3", "Bloody
Vomit", "Noise 6", "Noise 7",
"Noise 8" and "Noise 9" remind of
Sore Throat, owing to the piles of shredded riffs separated one another
in every track. "Ode to Nathan" and "Panic
Attack" on the contrary, seize your testicles, randomly slam'em
on a fucking table, then jump onto the poor attributes till they're
sheer bloody pulp, and excuse me if it ain't much!
Most of the songs last a few seconds of course, athough some are much
longer ("Dogrape" 4'45" and the title track, curiously
put at the closing of the CD, longer than 6 minutes).
If you're searching for a sum of the best mid-90's grindcore before
the great Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Nasum and so on developed new ways
of playing this style, then you won't be disappointed, also by the adding
of cool intros from "Goodfellas", "Full Metal Jacket",
"Cape Fear", "Ninja Scroll", "Unlawful Entry"
and a few others not for the soft-hearted.
D.M. deliver the right soundtrack to listen to before driving to office
'n' shooting yer boss's arseface out before he/she's got time to say
MARKUS GANZHERRLICH - 30/05/02