Long running American Grindcore with a very dense and intense sound. One of the pluses here is B.T. doesn't rely on mere blast beats and speed. They can be aggressive even at half-speed. Though this isn’t to say they’re not going fast on this album, just not at every second. In all, a pretty cool release that takes a few spins to really get into.
(((1)))) Very screamy & bombastic with a very complex twists & turns.
(((2))) Good playing, bland vocals.
(((((3))))) Awesome mix of grind and noise rawk.
(((4))) Confusing and complex with odd changes and sax (?)
((((5)))) More heavy rawk crossed with grind sound and even a crustcore part @ 1:05-1:19 & 1:29-end.
((((6)))) Thick riffing, blasts off into whirlwind grind then slows back down. Killer bass playing by Dan Lilker.
((((7)))) Fast, simple & direct grind with another sax or screetchy feedback part.
((((8)))) Pretty intense with a few nice slower parts then cycling back to the zig-zaggy grind. More awesome bass playing.
((((9)))) Noise rawk & modern metal with grind blasts and a few black metal-ish tremolo riffs. Very odd metered.
(((10))) Noisy vocals, bassy, grind and sludge. Short.
(((((11)))) 3 SECONDS! Hello Short Song Marathon II.
(((12))) Doomy, sludgy metal with pinch harmonics.
((((13)))) (FCC “Fuck you” sung once) Complex grind/metal & crust punk with multiple vocals.
(((14)) So-so techy grind with some so-so riffing. Silly title.
(((15))) Weird bass & electronic/noisy psych (?) interlude.
(((16))) Very bombastic & bassy grind. Shouted vocals from every direction. Drags on too long.
(((17))) Blasting manic grind then pinch harmonics a little slow down and back again. Too repetitive.
(((18))) Mid-paced punctuated by riffs/vocals, heavy and steady then gets fast & complicated at 0:46
(((19))) Bassy & shouted vocals. Minutemen cover, I dunno the original but this is pretty cool.
(((20))) Huge opening riff, holds some promise but comes off more like Pantera gone tech-grind with a shitload of noise at the end