Oh my…American punk, you say? Yep, it can be safe to say Dairrokan plays punk, but it’s influenced by alternative/independent rock (and while I won’t claim I am 100 per cent dedicated punk, and even less alternative/indie fan, I’ll surely won’t shy away from this genre and with thanks to Klast Records I’m clicking on play (yes, it’s digital only)).
Gorenoise and goregrind certainly haven’t worn their welcome here at Rubber Axe HQ (and they will be with us for quite a some time to come), but today I am listening to something little different. No, not that New Kids On The Block album I am still in the middle of reviewing (and you know you secretly long for me to finish it), I’m not gonna make such great jump today…at least, not yet.
Well, well, well..what do we have here! Just as my relatively successful day slowly comes to its end I’m getting a notification about the release of the “Demo #1” from another gorenoise project from prolific Spanish gorenoise connosieur Pol G., released by Pissfaced Fetus Production for your aural (dis)pleasure.
Chilling in the dark, damp and unpleasant swamps of the gorenoise genre, I am finding it hard to leave – indeed, with every new release and artist, every new project or band, my interest is getting stronger and stronger. Therefore, I have decided to talk to another gorenoise maniac. Please, welcome Ivar, a. k. a. Gore Infected Pus.
I am always eager to explore stuff I haven’t previously pay much attention to and besides just reviewing releases available, I really enjoy learning about people behind different bands and projects. it’s even truer when it comes to the obscure genres. And because I have dedicated a few recent reviews to gorenoise, this horrific, disgusting child of goregrind, I’ve decided to spend some time talking to Felix, the guy behind the Swedish gorenoise act Larvaectomy.
Do you remember me posting that nice pic of 5 gorenoise CDrs I’ve bought from Subliminal Facial Productions? Well, you might, you might not, whatever. Yours truly has already reviewed a mini CDr split of Drowned Afterbirth/ExCxLxCxCxBxPxCxTxSx “A Bullose Epidermolysis” and now it’s time to check another release, this time with the grandiose gorenoise projects Campylobactosislagoonseatrashmeglylysisaquaticstasisialectomy (C-T) and Corpus Lutem Cyst (CxLxCx) under the title “Repugnant Pathological Exhumations”. Yes, it’s still in the title of the review, I know.