Homewrecker / The Love Below – Split – Mini Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

The Love Below and Homewrecker recently did a split what came of it is five solid tracks on one seven inch slab of vinyl. The Love Below side brings forth their best songs yet. The three tunes take a more hardcore approach and less punk influence then the Reproductive Rights Ep. The Homewrecker side slays, Internal Morgue may be off their other cd, but did you actually own it? Probably not, and vinyl is always better. Both songs have a very heavy hardcore sound that will please hardstyle fans along with just about any hardcore fan. Both bands are excellent live and can’t wait to see well The Love Below play the new songs, as I already had the pleasure of raging to Homewrecker. Both bands continue to progress and I can’t wait to see what they do with future releases.  [James Terry]

Score: 3.75 (out of 5)

Release Date: June 21st, 2011
Record Label: A389 Records
Genre: Hardcore

RIYL: Expire, Left For Dead, Weekend Nachos

Track Listing:
1. The Love Below – Uncomfortable
2. The Love Below – Rotten Fruit From A Shitty Tree
3. The Love Below – High Friends In Low Places
4. Homewrekcer – Cemetary Man
5. Homewrecker – Internal Morgue

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