Monday, July 14, 2014

Novelty post

Conquest For Death - Many Nations, One Underground 2013
Ringworm - Bleed 2013
Autopsy - Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves 2014
Bl'ast - The Expression Of Power 2014
Ghoul - Hang Ten 2014
Mekong Delta - In A Mirror Darkly 2014
Misery - The Beginning 2014
Psycho - Chainsaw Priest 2014
Ratos De Porão - Século Sinistro 2014
Ringworm - Hammer Of The Witch 2014
Sheja - Dual World 2014
Violator - Scenarios Of Brutality 2014
01. Conquest For Death - Many Nations, One Underground, 2013 Vinyl 12" 45 RPM
     Tankcrimes Records - TANK071
02. Ringworm - Bleed, 2013 Vinyl 10" 45 RPM Limited Edition
     Relapse Records - RR7242-1
03. Autopsy - Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves, 2014 CD Album Limited Edition
     Peaceville - CDVILEF490
04. Bl'ast - The Expression Of Power, 2014 Vinyl LP x 3
     Southern Lord - LORD179
05. Ghoul - Hang Ten, 2014 Vinyl 10"
     Tankcrimes - TC76
06. Mekong Delta - In A Mirror Darkly, 2014 CD Album
     Steamhammer - SPV 266032 CD
07. Misery - The Beginning, 2014 Vinyl LP Limited Edition
     Inimical Records - IR035
08. Psycho - Chainsaw Priest, 2014 CD Album
     Selfmadegod Records - SMG 117
09. Ratos De Porão - Século Sinistro, 2014 CD Album
     Bruak! Records, Red Star Recordings, Voice Music - none, none, VMCD95
10. Ringworm - Hammer Of The Witch, 2014 CD Album
     Relapse Records - RR7230
11. Sheja - Dual World, 2014 CD
     METALLIC CORE - B00JXM00Y2
12. Violator - Scenarios Of Brutality, 2014 Vinyl LP Album
     War On Music - WOM045
Let's pump some fresh meat and complete the flacollection with new releases from these previously posted bands. All these things are great, no disappointment, only excitement. Yes, Psycho are back with one straight forward fast & raw thrashcore charge that excels at exhuming their 90s output. Zer! The Misery mini LP offers a Sacrilege cover (inferior to the original) and a continuation in the Amebix direction taken by the previous double LP. Violator deliver the Nuclear Assault / Tankard they are known for, nothing new here but still great. Sheja returns with a triplazer cover album (Thin Lizzy, Accept, Judas Priest...). Ringworm pursue their relentless thrash attack with a mini album that contains a Discharge cover and an album without a Discharge cover. Bestial stuff that manages to keep your neuron on its toes without any spark of originality. It takes talent to make great generic thrash. The same may be said about Ratos De Porao, but since RDP more or less invented this crossover thrash thing, you can't blame them for going on and perfecting it. RDP are in top shape, all teeth, hammers and rage in full swing, Seculo Sinistro is a deadly bulldozer of venomous hardcore and thrash metal! FUCK YEAH! Autopsy also return with a major demonstration in sleazy death metal monstrosity, this is their best album since the Macabre Eternal return. Awesome deluge of massive death elephants!! The Ghoul mini LP is maybe not as exciting as the previous one but still a highly enjoyable burst of surf thrash, while the latest Conquest For Death is full of things greater than their previous things. CFD's punk thrash is still quick and a little sharper than before, bravo. What am I forgetting? Ah yes the newest Mekong Delta. This is another pearl to add to their zero default discography. The high definition metal of Mekong Delta is a its best and one could legitimately wonder why listen to flaccid 21st century (or even 90s...) Iron Maiden when MD can fulfill the need for such things ten times over. I'm not mentioning Metallica because it is irrelevant, we are talking about real metal here. This new album is even better than the two previous ones, Mekong Delta dominate, period. And last but not least, the beast everybody was expecting, the Bl'ast! re-release! At first I had decided I did not care about it as I already own 3 versions of the Power of Expression (LP, CD, tribute), and I can resist my consuming impulses. But when you're an addict, you're an addict, and when I stumbled on this triple LP re-release at my favorite local store, I could not let it in the rack. So what about it? It's mildly disappointing. It contains 3 different recordings of the Power of Expression. LP 1 is a remaster of the album you already know, nothing particularly exciting (yes the album is a fucking classic, but do I need a 4th version?). LP 2 and 3 are previous sessions with the same songs (or less) and they sound terrible (production wise) compared to the official version. There is one unreleased song on LP 2, that's very cool. The artwork and packaging are nice too, but not as classy as the magnificent Blood release. So, in the end pretentious assholes like me need to collect this Bl'ast! stuff and Southern Lord know how to target us, but well, you could live without it if you own the originals. I swear, if Take The Manic Ride resurfaces with a new mix, I won't buy it until the day I buy it. Now, a live album would be seriously cool! Let's hope the reunion will bring us such a thing. BL'AST!
BUY ALL THESE DISCS!
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Need to waste many minutes on a hangover day? It's Summer, your are entitled to this assortment of tedious crap that may dull you to complete disembodiment:

This shit is so boring, absurd and childish that you experience out of body experiences every five minutes, wandering to other spaces like the fridge and the toilet. This is new age for prepubescent Facebook teens (possibly only the female segment). Yet unlike Noah, it is not funny. Noah was a truly hilarious bucket of vomit featuring giant stone robots, non-stop whining, nonsensical dialogues & absurd situations, and potentially infinite loops of incest. Every scene in Noah is great, Sharknado level. But Transcendence has none of these qualities, it barely reaches the level of a Greenpeace commercial on your homeopath's ipad. It's as interesting as a necklace of spherical sterilized turds in an abandoned cabin and as original as the underwear of Ronald Reagan. And while Noah was the adaptation of a famous book, T. tried to hide its rip-off of the Lawnmower Man from 1992. Replicas of 3rd rate movies from the 90s are a disaster (other red flag: it features Morgan Freeman). But you save on sleeping pills, so why not.


Your tax money at work again:

Another proof that if you vote, you support war and misery.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks a bunch! Now I have too much stuff to listen to.

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  2. argh, great! waited for the bl'ast, süper quality als always (ultra!), but the first track is missin... arghfuckkill...
    but shure ya fix it !

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    1. You probably made an error with the pissword, try to unzip the archive again.

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  3. Thank you for posting video evidence of Israeli war crimes. Freedom can not coexist with gov't.

    Anarcho-Capitalism Or Else.

    Woodchuck Pirate
    aka Raymond J Raupers Jr USA
    www.woodchuckpirate.com

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  4. Thanks a lot for posting the new Misery disc. I love this band and is so hard to find their records in the country I live.

    Pedro A.

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