|Various Artists / Split: Full Of Hell Vs Calm The Fire|
|Album:||Split: Full Of Hell Vs Calm The Fire||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2014-01-17||Pull Date:||2014-03-21||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||16 Mar||2 Mar||16 Feb||2 Feb||26 Jan|
|1.||Mon, 10 Mar 14:||The Grunt|
|4.||Mon, 27 Jan 14:||The Grunt|
|2.||Mon, 24 Feb 14:||The Grunt|
|5.||Thu, 23 Jan 14:||Lestrygonian|
|3.||Mon, 10 Feb 14:||The Grunt|
|6.||Mon, 20 Jan 14:||The Grunt|
Tags: Grindcore, Powerviolence, Hardcore, Maryland, Poland|
This came out in 2012 when Holy Roar Records pressed 500 copies on 7" vinyl, but it quickly sold out. Now A389 Recordings is re-releasing it -- again on vinyl. If you like interesting organic grindcore and hardcore, then you'll like this.
You know what, you deserve a break. Put the CD player into continuous-mode and just play this whole split. It's only 9 minutes.
Full of Hell - Powerviolence / Grindcore from Maryland. These guys are considered the reason the split sold out so quickly.
1.) (1:20) Sludgy slow bass and feedback, snare hit!, griiiiiiiiind assault then slows down to groove on a riff
2.) (0:54) Organic grind noise assault, slows down for some good head banging, then spazzes out
3.) (0:30) Trading off low growls and high screams, some psychelic noise in there too!
4.) (1:10) Turbocharged crust / Hardcore. Most accessible song of their set.
Calm The Fire - Hardcore / D-beat from Poland.
5.) (3:50) I'm not even sure what to call this. Mid-tempo Metal/Hardcore with some post-punk and dissonant metal tendencies? Lots of change-ups keep things interesting and I like how it kinda sounds sad instead of aggressive at times. This is easily the slowest song on the whole split, but fuck you I like it.
6.) (2:05) D-beat assault that really rips.
|1.||Full Of Hell||Return To The Mines|
|2.||Full Of Hell||Kopf|
|3.||Full Of Hell||The Lonely Path Of The Cestoda|
|4.||Full Of Hell||Molluck|
|5.||Calm The Fire||Paralyzed|
|6.||Calm The Fire||We'll Be Fine|