Saturday, April 22, 2017

girlsNames – Energy For Genocide (2014)

  • Cybergrind 
  • Grindcore 
  • DIY 
  • Lo-fi 
  • Death metal 
  • Trash metal 
  • Brutal metal

Comment: The Toronto, Ontario,Canada-based girlsNames` 11-track issue is a proper issue of grindcore-related music because of having the end at a 11-minute. Indeed, it is an example of grindcore and involving also death metal and trash metal elements though flirting with rusty electronic sounds and rigid programmed drums shamelessly. And those spoken word samples are to provide more creepy atmosphere to the mix and female voices to add unconventionally angriness to the melting pot. At times those samples are to predominate over slightly deformed song structures and broken volume stability as if the artist does give a heck. However, if either this point is the case or not it is not important though because such a sort of attitude is somehow appealing with regard to this style and approach. Let`s call it lo-fi/DIY grindcore. Bedroom grind? Party Up A Red Cup is an example of deranged madness and that makes really sense. At Bandcamp there represented about 40 albums by the artist. The issue is a part of the discography of Torn Flesh Records.
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