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    One of the greatest modern powerviolence/grindcore, and probably hardcore in general, splits out there. Two Australian juggernauts face off here. Put out by Deep Six in 2008. All fans of hardcore/speedcore in the vein of Infest, Siege, Municipal Waste, D.R.I. and Lack of Interest will love this. Label: Deep Six Records ‎– # 111
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    Extortion blew much of the Australian underground out of the water in the mid-late 00’s with a slew of ferocious cuts Extortion concreted themselves as a torchbearer for antisocial music. Waiting for this new record to drop was nothing out of the ordinary, even without pandemic lockdowns they are a band who more often than not appear to be on some sort of hiatus – emerging suddenly to bewilder with speed and bile which is exactly what they’ve done again with ‘Seething’. With an added grinding rash to these blistering pusheads (I’m convinced you can hear shards flying from the drum kit) there’s the sardonic outsider wretchedness, trademark slithering tremolo punk & bassment groove, bludgeoning sludge and cult Australian film samples that fans have come to yearn for. Clocking the speedo with fifteen tracking in under ten minutes; this is a lean cut of leg that exposes the band at their most belligerent Australian version released by the band. Label: Self Released
  • Out of stock
    Extortion blew much of the Australian underground out of the water in the mid-late 00’s with a slew of ferocious cuts Extortion concreted themselves as a torchbearer for antisocial music. Waiting for this new record to drop was nothing out of the ordinary, even without pandemic lockdowns they are a band who more often than not appear to be on some sort of hiatus – emerging suddenly to bewilder with speed and bile which is exactly what they’ve done again with ‘Seething’. With an added grinding rash to these blistering pusheads (I’m convinced you can hear shards flying from the drum kit) there’s the sardonic outsider wretchedness, trademark slithering tremolo punk & bassment groove, bludgeoning sludge and cult Australian film samples that fans have come to yearn for. Clocking the speedo with fifteen tracking in under ten minutes; this is a lean cut of leg that exposes the band at their most belligerent Australian version released by the band. Label: Self Released
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    Without Neanderthal there would not be Powerviolence. Nanderthal was Eric Wood (Man Is the Bastard and/Cross Out), Matt Domino (Infest), and Joe Denunzio (Infest). A must have for anyone interested in Infest, Man Is The Bastard, Charred Remains, Weekend Nachos, or Lack of Interest. This is a discography of all released recordings. Eight anthems of destruction (5 tracks from the 1990 "Fighting Music" 7" on Slap A Ham, 2 tracks from the 1990 Neanderthal/Rorschach split 7" on Vermiform, and one track from the 1991 "Bllleeeeaaauuurrrrgghhh!" compilation 7" on Slap A Ham). (Fan Club/Unofficial)
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    Vile Species - grindcore from Athens. (Heldog/2021)

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