Getting virtually woodchipped by a floppy disk drive.
Ramblings on resonances repugnant, riveting, tranquil, and biting.
“Hell is a reflection of myself, branded in the skin of those I love.”
An outlandish cross-pollination of psychedelic synth quirks, verdant folk melodies, acid-churning sludge, and a sundry of timbres balmy, bitter, and beatific.
Forced to eat moldy granola.
Succinct reviews of some cybergrind, harsh noise/industrial, and hardcore-infused death metal.
A pestilent brute of aural decimation.
POUND’s style is a caustic amalgam of doom, grindcore, d-beat, djent, mathcore, sludge, and a smattering of other genre textures. While this blend of sounds on the surface may sound like a trainwreck, the duo effortlessly weaves the core essence of each genre into a rather novel tone.
A new album review podcast series between podcast host Ryan and album review writer, Tim. We discuss four albums for about 10 to 20 minutes apiece, expounding upon qualities we enjoyed as well as qualities we were not necessarily fond of.
Characterized by a turbulent mishmash of genres and styles, the experimental, melodic grindcore quintet Beaten to Death erect a unique tone that is as disorienting as it is blissful.
In episode twenty-four, we get steamrolled by the sludgy, experimental dual bass, drum, and vocal grind of Burmese’s privileged. We are ported back to 14th century China in HolyArrow’s epic black metal opus, 靖難/Fight back for the Fatherland, and we convulse in the sludge ‘n roll bliss of BUMMER’s Holy Terror.