Vomit Spawn’s “Vomography” digital release might serve as a nice example of why it’s good to be present on social media. OK, we all know the Facebook algorithm will more likely limit your exposure to your audience (in order to push – or, let’s be blunt, force – you to pay for advertisement), but one never knows when his post will reach an interested soul.
In my return to the underground of extreme musick I’ve been able to find a great loads of interesting bands and projects from many different genres. One of these are Greek sci-fi goregrinders Ptoma and because I love to share my love for extreme music with my readers, it didn’t take a long to make my mind up and ask Vaggelis a few questions to form this nice interview. So, here we go!
What a surprise – and a pleasant one! I’ve encountered Nephrectomy and Gangrene Discharge previously, so I’d known what to expect, but – thanks to Samuele Lami from Eyes Of The Dead Productions – this was my first time I’ve been exposed to Anus Tumor and their offering, which, although not really goregrind, it’s perfect.
Battle of the one man goregrind projects! Although it might seem to be so, it’s not (at least, I hope it’s not!), it’s a nice collaboration between two underground scene stalwarts, Bob “The Butcher” Macabre (who is also active in many other projects and runs also Macabre Mastermind Records and co-own Death Becomes Her Records) and Bobby Maggard (and you should know by now his Regurgitated Stoma Stew Productions).
I am always interested in various aspects of the work in the underground – from being in the band, doing an one-man project, writing/publishing a zine, being a promoter of gig organizer, running a distro/merchandising…and last but definitely not the least release music through one’s own record label.
It’s weekend, people, it really is! And most importantly – it’s a weekend off my regular job (I could hardly wait for that), so I can relax enjoy the ocassional rain showers and also listen to some stuff I’ve accumulated here at the Rubber Axe’s HQ. Well, who wouldn’t look forward to such a plan…
There are many different things you can do on a lazy Sunday, and if you opt for the music, many different genres to choose from. But being a little bit stubborn “tradicionalist”, I am kinda lost in many of those new genres and I still haven’t figured out that thing called Spotify. So, what a poor soul like me should do?
Time to review another Enbilulugugal release, what do you say? Believe me or not (but check for yourselves), this one is as of today one of my favorite Enbilulugugal releases.
And rightfully so! Black noise maniacs just got more approachable with delving themselves into death/grind territory, which is quite unusual, but heartwarming.