Thursday, March 9, 2017

Nature's Revenge on Mankind split

Gorenoise from Bobby Maggard (Lair of the Black Blowfly and Slithis' Revenge) and Joe Soranaka (Pterophylla Camellifolia, Porpoise Disfigurement, Undocumented Dweller, and Proboscidean Rage) that is all focused on animal rights, cryptids, and environmental conservation. It's interesting stuff. It's no longer available through RSSP, but it can still be obtained through Joe's Bandcamp page. There seems to be a lot of other good stuff on there as well and some of it is free to download. Take a look.

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Sewer Chewer - Floaters, Sinkers, and Stinkers

Sewer Chewer is an older Bobby Maggard project, and a good one. I don't know when exactly he set this one aside, but based on the Discogs page it seems that he was mostly active with it in 2010 and 2011. There are a lot of dumb/annoying samples on this release (and I think the song titles are that way too tbh), but if you don't mind samples or can overlook them, the noise is quality stuff.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Analthrone - The Gathering of Unholy Filth

I'd seen the tape version of this compilation on Discogs and the Metal Archives, but I never knew it was released on CD as well until I found a copy on ebay. I was kind of hype about it tbh
Anyway, this comp collects all of Analthrone's pre-2010 split material, plus the 2006 demo. As far as I know, Analthrone appeared on just two more splits after this before more or less ceasing to exist. Drew remained active in Diseased Oblivion with Steve Pekari for a few years beyond that, but I have no idea what he's up to now, if anything. If anyone who sees this happens to know and would like to tell me, I'm pretty curious.
I originally wanted to separate each track into the individual songs that comprise it before posting this, but once I tried I found that there are many instances where it's impossible to tell where one song ends and another begins, so I gave up on that pretty quickly. I figure maybe that's why this was released without the songs split up in the first place.