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Old 09-05-2011, 06:38 AM
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3. Discordance Axis - The Inalienable Dreamless


The most chaotically soothing album ever recorded. DxAx's last effort is by far their best and is just overall ridiculous. The bizarre riffs, the on and off blasts, and Jon Chang's absurdly piercing screams and brutal lows all come together to make one hell of an album. While I do love Chang's new project, Gridlink, they will never be able to touch the excellence that is The Inalienable Dreamless.

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Old 09-05-2011, 09:55 AM
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Oh awesome shit!! I never listened to them before now. My friend told me to check them out a long time ago, but I forgot the name and forgot to ask haha. Thanks!!
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Such a great album.
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Old 09-05-2011, 12:57 PM
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I love me some IW. Did they break up? I can't believe I missed the greatest show for no apparent reason when I was a senior in high school. Insect Warfare with Unholy Grave and Fetus Eaters. I was going to go, but I think I wasn't down last minute cause all my friends bailed and I figured I would see IW again one day. I think they broke up, right?
Insect Warfare broke up before the album was even out on Earache (I think Earache put it out 2 years after its initial release.) They did some noise shows without some of the members and that made everyone all 'ehhh' so they stopped, then there was a brief 'reunion' for some shows in Europe that was only recognized by half the band or something. It's stupid and I wish I had seen them. I talked to Dave from PLF this summer and apparently he and some of the ex-IW members are working on a grind project, so that sounds like it will pretty much be in the same vein, and I'm looking forward to it. He said that the rest of the band isn't really even interested in extreme music anymore, I think one of them plays in a flamenco band.
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Old 09-11-2011, 04:32 PM
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Bring on the last two dammit!!
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2. Terrorizer - World Downfall


If you consider yourself a grind fan and have never heard this album, you should be ashamed of yourself. Everything about this album is fantastic, specifically the killer riffs of Jesse Pintado (RIP) and the sick blasts by Pete Sandoval. David Vincent also performs bass duties on this album, and vocals are handled by Oscar Garcia of Nausea fame. If I had to describe this album, it would be the grindcore equivalent of Sepultura. Fuck yeah.

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Old 09-11-2011, 05:34 PM
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Great fucking choice!!! I can't wait to hear the new Terrorizer album when it comes out. I'm curious to see how Dave's involvement will affect the band.
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1. Napalm Death - From Enslavement To Obliteration


This album is the greatest fucking grindcore release of all time, in my opinion at least. Many swear by the Repulsion's Horrified or side A of Scum, but neither hold a candle to FETO in my eyes. Everything about this album is spectacular. Bill Steer's guitar is a shredding wall of sound, Shane Embury's bass crawls at the bottom of the mix in the most disgusting way possible, Mick Harris' blasts of pure primal rage destroy everything in their path, and Lee Dorrian's vocals are the human voice's equivalent of a straight razor to the jugular vein. The lyrics are extremely well written and socially aware, and would probably shock most outsiders that such beautiful lyrics can be delivered in such a chaotic manner. This album is a killer from start to finish and easily my favorite album of all time, if you haven't heard it yet do yourself a favor and fucking do so. I still think Barney-era Napalm is awesome and I look forward to seeing them live, but this album (and the FETO lineup themselves) makes them sound like a fucking joke.

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Great fucking choice!!! I can't wait to hear the new Terrorizer album when it comes out. I'm curious to see how Dave's involvement will affect the band.
I'm also interested to see how the chick from Resistant Culture affects their sound. As long as we don't get a Darker Days Ahead part 2 I'll probably be happy.

Also, according to Pete on his Facebook there will be a tour to support the album
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