Here’s Terrorizer’s only LP. Save Carcass' first two LPs, this is far and away my favorite early grindcore release. BOOM.
World Downfall (320 kbps): 10/10 -
http://www.mediafire.com/download/78y3xokl8xnoblg/World_Downfall_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Here’s Terrorizer’s only LP. Save Carcass' first two LPs, this is far and away my favorite early grindcore release. BOOM.

World Downfall (320 kbps): 10/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/78y3xokl8xnoblg/World_Downfall_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

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Mgła is a solid Polish black metal band that shares a member with Kregsmachine. Here’s their discography for your listening pleasure. This is for fans of black metal that’s both militaristic and atmospheric and is one of my personal favorite bm bands. They’ve had three basic sound changes over their output: going from stuff similar to Deathspell Omega's Inquisitors of Satan to a more melodic/militaristic sound similar to Strength and Honour by Satanic Warmaster, however much better and more atmospheric. Their latest sound has grown much more atmospheric, favoring higher fidelity and resembling, basically, a less complex version of Weakling.

Crushing the Holy Trinity [Holy Spirit] (199 kbps): 7.0/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/qqvao0zf3hn547q/Crushing_the_Holy_Trinity_(Holy_Spirit)_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Presence [EP] (320 kbps): 7.9/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/lfov04ccowgunhm/Presence_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Mdłości + Further Down the Nest [Compilation] (225 kbps): 9.0/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/1rlpha7micdrwp8/Md%3Fo%3Fci_%2B_Further_Down_The_Nest_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Groza (219 kbps): 8.6/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/4lklbobl65x4sa4/Groza_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

With Hearts Toward None (320 kbps): 9.1/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/e75dektcgv3q25e/With_Hearts_Toward_None_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

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This is a seriously amazing LP that should NOT be taken lightly, if that’s even possible. Some of the most massive and creative guitar riffs I’ve ever heard. For fans of KEN mode and Coalesce. Goddamn, this album is pure genius.
Challenger (320 kbps): 8.9/10 - 
http://www.mediafire.com/download/j12dc9g64ng9qhg/Challenger_-_Knut_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

This is a seriously amazing LP that should NOT be taken lightly, if that’s even possible. Some of the most massive and creative guitar riffs I’ve ever heard. For fans of KEN mode and Coalesce. Goddamn, this album is pure genius.

Challenger (320 kbps): 8.9/10 - 

http://www.mediafire.com/download/j12dc9g64ng9qhg/Challenger_-_Knut_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

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Allow me to present my personal collection of Big Black’s discography (excluding Headache EP…) :

Lungs EP (128 kbps): 7.0/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/samxwbgbeb4f/Lungs_%5BEP%5D%2C_Bulldozer_%5BEP%5D%2C_Heartbeat_%5BSingle%5D%2C_Racer-X_%5BEP%5D.zip

Bulldozer EP (320 kbps): 8.4/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/samxwnybbgbeb4f/Lungs_%5BEP%5D%2C_Bulldozer_%5BEP%5D%2C_Heartbeat_%5BSingle%5D%2C_Racer-X_%5BEP%5D.zip

Racer-X EP (320 kbps): 8.3/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/samxwnybbgbeb4f/Lungs_%5BEP%5D%2C_Bulldozer_%5BEP%5D%2C_Heartbeat_%5BSingle%5D%2C_Racer-X_%5BEP%5D.zip

Atomizer (320 kbps): 8.7/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/nnc0hd66tz2jcn4/Atomizer_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Songs About Fucking (189 kbps): 8.7/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/766bz62jxxwked5/Songs_About_Fucking_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Sound Of Impact [Official Live Bootleg] (192 kbps): 7.0/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/9ing2gg66ygdc8a/Sound_of_Impact_(Official_Live_Bootleg)_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Heartbeat [Single] (320 kbps): 7.2/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/samxwnybbgbeb4f/Lungs_%5BEP%5D%2C_Bulldozer_%5BEP%5D%2C_Heartbeat_%5BSingle%5D%2C_Racer-X_%5BEP%5D.zip

Pigpile [Live] (160 kbps): 8.0/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/b49zw2gy9pwom9i/Pig_Pile_(Live)_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

Rarities (192 kbps): 7.0/10 -

http://www.mediafire.com/download/9ing2gg66ygdc8a/Sound_of_Impact_(Official_Live_Bootleg)_%5BAudiational_Esotericism%5D.zip

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hypersleep-dialogues asked: Would you be able to repost the Nasum stuff? The links don't work anymore except for Shift.

Damn, you’re right. Even the Pig Destroyer has been reported copyrighted on me. They’re all re-upped now.

Tuesday Apr 23 3pm  

 
 

Okay, so I’m done writing actual reviews; it does nothing but slow me down on here. From now on, it’ll be all mediafire download links with a numeric rating next to each album. Hopefully, this will speed up how much music I can pump through this site.

THE CONVERGE DISCOGRAPHY:

Halo in a Haystack (128 kbps): 7.4/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?kub6ul7e3ne8oo4

Petitioning the Empty Sky (246 kbps): 8.1/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?vlpl2hewu1hulum

When Forever Comes Crashing (223kbps): 8.0/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?w2lrt3vqbcv8t41

Jane Doe (320 kbps): 9.9/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?9fsfz4hdjb56fo4

You Fail Me (320 kbps): 8.3/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?s4b0bsdacajvby3

No Heroes (320 kbps): 8.3/10 -http://www.mediafire.com/?i6w3yzcii3kj15z

Axe to Fall (320 kbps): 9.2/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?9os09g1ysbbvji8

All We Love We Leave Behind (320 kbps): 9.4/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?agjs9kz67gamo36

Posted Monday Apr 22 4pm  43 notes

 
 

In Maximum RocknRoll No. 237, Rudimentary Peni bassist, Grant Matthews, explained how his band was named: “When I was at school studying biology, we were told that in the fetal stage the clitoris is a rudimentary penis.” Fittingly, RP’s sound can be easily likened to that exact stage of human development. An endless, flickering spasm of 30 to 90 second tracks, the RP listening experience is one of disorienting fluidity and confusion, with each album acting as a sort of slide projector for that slew of seemingly disconnected images from guitarist/vocalist Nick Blinko’s schizophrenic mind. Certainly one of the best examples of my usual cover-art as album experience metaphor, the entire RP discography dons nightmarish, anxiety-provoking images, all courtesy of Blinko himself. Oh and if none of that sparks your interest, their LP, Cacophony, is entirely based on the stories of H.P. Lovecraft. This is a highly influential, however oft unsung, band almost unparalleled in their ability to express complex, artistic visions.

Many fans are adamant of Cacophony’s status as Rudimentary Peni’s artistic pinnacle, however Death Church is is an excellent starting point. Though dense, it’s not as roughly presented as the EPs of RP, and nothing close the difficulty level of Cacophony.  No matter where you start, I cannot stress enough the fact that these are all releases built for repeated listening. The more you play each album, the greater their rewards become.

EPs of RP (260 kbps): 8.7/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?2sensxq63ww6ezw

Death Church (256 kbps): 9.7/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?87zyg6gewvbb70y

Cacophony (320 kbps): 8.8/10 - http://www.mediafire.com/?rc87ynxm74r2n40

Posted Tuesday Oct 2 5am  30 notes

 
 

The Birth of Tragedy (from the Spirit of Music)

Hello all, I just wanted to post the entire e-text of Nietzsche’s first work on here in view of this blog’s original purpose: music as a an avenue towards spiritual (non-religious) transcendence. In his work, Nietzsche argues that Greek tragedy and (some) music can be used as a way to reaffirm one’s life in the face of an absurd, meaningless existence. It is, perhaps, his “answer” to modern man’s nihilistic crisis. Take a look if you feel so inclined.

http://records.viu.ca/~johnstoi/nietzsche/tragedy_all.htm

Friday May 25 1am  

 
 

In a genre riddled with mediocrity, spurted brilliance, and (especially) inconsistency, Nasum boasts one of the most solid back catalogues of any grindcore band in the past 20 years. Through a greater reliance on both melody and crisper production, Nasum set the groundwork, and high-water mark, for modern grindcore. As with any change, however, purists viewed this deviation as only the death of old, while progressives, the birth of new. It is for this very reason that Nasum has been labeled as either an embodiment of artistic innovation or degeneration. I have found that a solid middle ground between evolution and influences seems to produce the most exhilarating art. Nasum serves to exemplify this, with their middle two albums near perfectly walking the line between what was (and would be) the past and future of grindcore.

  • Inhale/Exhale has an awesome early Napalm Death twinge to it.
  • Human 2.0 has perfect, brutal production.
  • Helvete is a masterpiece (highly entertaining, cohesive, and driving).
  • Shift is thick, claustrophobic, and can get a bit boring.
As a side note, I was lucky enough to catch Nasum this past Saturday in Cleveland for their farewell/20th anniversary tour (with Brutal Truth and Dropdead). It was awesome to get some positive closure on the band, but it was also a terrible reminder of just how tragic Mieszko Talarczyk’s (vocals/guitar) untimely death was in 2004. Rest in peace.

Inhale/Exhale (320 kbps): 8.5/10http://www.mediafire.com/?47a9r0frka2i2zu (re-upped)

Human 2.0 (320 kbps): 9.5/10http://www.mediafire.com/?s7t7m6qcx0xyjgq (re-upped)

Helvete (220 kbps): 9.9/10http://www.mediafire.com/?avw48vpllxcod19 (re-upped)

Shift (320 kbps): 8.3/10http://www.mediafire.com/?6hvi06xo5dt9sg1

Posted Monday May 21 5am  1 note

 
 
 
 
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