Todeskrieg / Miasma Of Noise
Album:Miasma Of Noise Collection:General
Artist:Todeskrieg Added:Feb 2011

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-02-13 Pull Date:2011-04-17 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:Apr 10Mar 6Feb 27Feb 20

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 06, 2011:Brownian Motion
Miasma Of Noise
4.Feb 23, 2011:Brownian Motion
Miasma Of Noise
2.Mar 04, 2011:Post-game rock
Acid Tears, Stillborn Phoenix
5.Feb 19, 2011:Overkill: with our guest Ragnar!
Stillborn Phoenix, Miasma Of Noise
3.Mar 03, 2011:Orangeasm - Mooseport
Acid Tears

Album Review
D. Cannibal
Reviewed 2011-02-09 
Raw filthy noise-punk ATTACK! Where are they from, Japan?--no, SoCal! But this isn't just more Confuse/Gai/Swankys worship; this shortlived two-piece, essentially the final incarnation of Cthuwulf, shreds through their brand of abrasive hardcore with determination to make their own sound. Heaps of Wretched-ness and Larm-ness garnished with an extra scoopful of brutal Extreme Noise Terror influence. The guitar is perfectly fine-tuned to a scorching, roaring tone, and the drums bash away with an intensity that puts 99% of d-beat to shame. Play this, crank it loud, and rage like there's no tomorrow--because this demo will have you believing there isn't!

Recommended: 2, 5
1. FCC "bitch" in the spoken intro sample; otherwise fierce, thrashin one-and-two-and punk with notable cymbalwork.
2. Manic hardcore with a threatening, immediate punch.
4. Lengthy (for punk) with a silly spoken sampled intro; instrumental mid-paced powerchord thrasher.
5. Throat-shredding vocals dripping with vitriol, over distortion and pounding drums.
6. Three-chord lightning-fast hardcore-punk.
7. Fast hardcore with guttural grind vox.
8. Eerie spoken intro, then blastin, thrashin rerecording of a Cthuwulf classic!

Track Listing
1.Deadless Vision 5.Miasma Of Noise
2.Coma - Brutal Duel 6.Life Of Pain
3.Fire Angel 7.Stillborn Phoenix
4.Van Hogan (Born To Rawk) 8.Acid Tears