Browsing articles tagged with " Relapse Records"
May
18

Weekend Nachos – Worthless – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Weekend Nachos recently released a 7” titled Black Earth which was a real rager out on A389 Records. But, apparently the band doesn’t enjoy too many layovers since their latest album Worthless out now on Relapse Records just a month or so after Black Earth. Worthless is fourteen new tracks in a little over twenty-five minutes. “Hometown Hero,” kicks off Worthless and the power violence that we have come to expect from Weekend Nachos is in full effect. read more

Apr
29

Split Miscommunication

By Admin  //  Music News, Videos  //  No Comments

Agoraphobic Nosebleed has posted the video for their song “Miscommunication” online. The track is off the groups latest split with Despise You, entitled, “And On And On…” which is in stores now though Relapse Records.

Jan
1

The Plane Of Time

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Abysmal Dawn have posted their new track “In Service Of Time” up for streaming on their Myspace. The song is from their new album “Leveling The Plane of Existence“, which will be released on February 1st through Relapse Records.

Nov
16

Phobia – Unrelenting EP – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Release Date: November 23rd, 2010
Record Label: Relapse Records
Genre: Grindcore

Phobia is back with seventeen tracks in under 15 minutes. Too fast for you? Obviously you don’t listen to grind. The new EP is entitled Unrelenting which is a valid name for an album from Phobia. Depending on your taste youwill be cranking it up or running in fear of the d-beat massacre. Surprisingly Unrelenting comes with a far more balanced structure than most grind assaults. At it’s core Phobia reminds a brutal wrecking ball pummeling all that is in its path. read more

Jun
3

Various Artists – This Comp Kills Facists Vol. 2 – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Release Date: June 22nd, 2010
Record Label: Relapse Records
Genre: Grindcore

If you ever wanted a compilation album that simply slayed, Scott Hull delivered that with This Comp Kills Facists Volume one. Well the mad man is at it again with a new batch of bands contributing grind and power violence tracks. Seventy-four tracks spanning around eighty minutes, well if you do the math the average is less than one minute per track. Just the kind of shit you would expect from Scott and the folks at Relapse. read more

May
31

Kingdom Of Sorrow – Behind The Blackest Tears – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Release Date: June 8th, 2010
Record Label: Relapse Records
Genre: Metal

Kingdom of Sorrow are unleashing their new beast Behind the Blackest Tears. The side project of Jamey Jasta and Kirk Windstein may sound great originally, and hell their first album had the new and fresh factor to carry it along with the riffs. But the twelve new tracks show the tears at the seams were they were hidden in awe during the first album. When you dive in you may still find the riffs enjoyable from Kirk and company but overall they don’t have the same fresh feeling as before. Then the vocal tandem of Jasta and Kirk simply does not mesh well. read more

May
27

Black Tusk – Taste The Sin – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Release Date: May 25th, 2010
Record Label: Relapse Records
Genre: Swamp Metal

Rising from the swamps of Georgia, Black Tusk are a cocktail or metal and little bit of that sludge from the swamp water. The band’s latest offering Taste the Sin brings eleven tracks spanning just under thirty-seven minutes allowing you to enjoy your stay in the swamp without drowning (hopefully). “Embrace the Madness,” a fitting title for the opener with thrashy riffs and vocal delivery but of course that touch of sludgy distortion, with an almost Municipal Waste album got sent in for a swamp bath and came out playing slower and without a better term to use, sludgy. read more

May
12

Misery Index – Heirs To Thievery – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Release Date: May 11th, 2010
Record Label: Relapse Records
Genre: Death Metal

Misery Index have the buzz saw turning at a grinding pace once again with their fourth full length album Heirs to Thievery. The madness dropped May 11th on Relapse Records; the effort brings eleven new devastating tracks running about thirty-eight minutes. Where most grind lacks in production, Misery Index clears the haze a bit the intense double bass running at a machine gun pace, than again their on the border of death metal and grind, but subgenres are stupid. read more

Apr
10

Misery Calls

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Misery Index have posted their new track “The Carrion Call” for stream on their Myspace. The track is from the bands new album “Heirs To Thievery,“ which will be released on May 11th through Relapse Records.

Mar
20

Sayyadina – The Great Northern Revisited – Review

By James Terry  //  Music Reviews  //  No Comments

Release Date: March 16th, 2010
Record Label: Relapse Records
Genre: Grindcore

You ever regret passing on those seven inch records as well as compilations later on because you wanted to hear the tracks but now their sold out or long out of print? Well if that happened to you involving Swedish grind outfit Sayyadina well here is your chance for redemption Relapse Records just dropped released their latest album entitled The Great Northern Revisited which is compiled of just that, the release also contains four previously unreleased tracks. So get those saw blades spinning because it is time to grind. read more

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