Grindcore Archive

Radiation Sickness – Reflections of a Psychotic Past

You kids these days…let me tell ya! Not to give those impressionable, trend-hopping minds the opportunity to slap some kind of stupid-ass label on me for saying this, but at the age of thirty-five, I’ve reached the point where I’ve seen and heard enough clueless and even disrespectful behavior at the hands of the modern [&hellip

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Kata Sarka/Nak’ay split

In the disgustingly unending quest for all-that-is-technologically-superior in life, today’s general human population tends to steer away from the cassette tapes when it comes to music. “Tapes are a dead format.”, they’ll say. Often, the suggestion of downloading can be heard muttered in conversation or read in an internet post by some oblivious kid who [&hellip

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Forbidden Magazine presents: Nate of the Living Dead’s “Best of 2011”

So, here we are once again, faithful fanatics of the Forbidden! Another grueling 365 days have dawned and disintegrated into dust just in time to do it all over again. Some would say this year was “slow” or even “dead” when it comes to the presence of extreme music and its creators. I beg to [&hellip

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Radiation Sickness

There’s absolutely no denying how sincere and powerful the underground extreme music scene was in the late-80’s. One only had to bear witness to the bands living it, and giving it a fucking name, to understand this concept. At that time, Indianapolis, Indiana would become the birthplace of a handful of true, thrashing soldiers to [&hellip

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Late August – Not For Human Consumption

“If you’re going to do something, do it well…and leave something witchy.” – Charles Manson The first thermonuclear bomb test unleashed the same amount of deadly energy and devastation as approximately ten million tons of TNT. With that kind of force, it’s pretty much a given that someone’s ass is going to be handed to [&hellip

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Late August

Fairly new to the scene, Indianapolis sludge/grind duo, Late August, have stormed the gates with both barrels blazing. Having already shared the stage with the likes of Sourvein and Coffinworm among others, cousins Daniel and Scott Wilson have quickly began carving the Late August name into the extreme music history books. With their debut full-length [&hellip

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Goregast – Desechos Humanos

FDA Rekotz is set to female viagra in india release Desechos Humanos from death-grind surgeons Goregast. The third album from these German maniacs is a direct attack against humanity’s rotten core. The reviews for their previous albums Vive El Animal and La Ravencha are really good. I cialis 50mg< did dip into a few of [&hellip

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Enabler – Year One

It would probably be safe, for most people anyway, to assume that when a band crosses style or genre lines, blurring the boundaries of “tradition“ so to speak, it can go one of two ways: flawlessly beautiful or ridiculously laughable. For example, it has been a long-standing (almost militant) viewpoint of mine that if one [&hellip

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Crust/Grind/Sludge Feature

Beer Corpse – Keg Nuts  7” (Give Praise 2011) One of these awesome stormtrooper minute long anthems opens up with a belch and a priest saying “A thousand Saint Mary’s”, so far from me to bitch…but who the hell steals my line!!!? (the belch that is, if it were a fart it’d be full on [&hellip

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Weekend Nachos – Worthless

Most of the time, when first introduced to a band, most of us can somehow formulate a pretty accurate mental vision of what the tunes will sound like, based on that band’s name alone. For instance, I’m assuming it’s a fairly safe bet that when you first heard the name Cannibal Corpse…the chances are highly [&hellip

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