Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Postoperative Clostridial Myonecrosis of the Abdominal Wall and Ompheleocytomic Tumorpulp

It's time for another UTIFSPC double post.
Postoperative was previously posted on the formerly great and now abandoned blog Gorenoise Shit, but that link is dead now. I don't know how many of the downloads on Gorenoise Shit still work, but it might be worth your time to take a look at the blog if you haven't before. Now about the music, this release is a bit different from other UTIFSPC material that I've heard in that it consists of a single 20-minute track. It's nothing that hasn't been done before, and you might argue that it doesn't make much of a difference in how it sounds, but I think it's interesting regardless. Something that I thought was funny: I got this CD, along with a Wrong Illegal Abortion Procedure With Alarming Consequences comp that was also released by Furnace of Hate from a Discogs seller called hokutonoken in early Jaunary. Around the same time, I ordered some other stuff from a Discogs seller called FOH, who I later figured out is the person that used to run Furnace of Hate.
Tumorpulp was just released in late April, but it doesn't contain any new material. Much like Cuntpump, Bobby has no intention to record for this project ever again. This release collects the UTIFSPC tracks from previous splits with Neobatrachia and Epidemic Pain, so if you happen to be one of the (probably few) people who already has both of those splits, you can pass on this one.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Slop - Demo #1

Bobby Maggard himself referred to this project as "Dehydrated Tissues' idiot cousin," and that description works well enough for me (and I don't mean that in a bad way).
For what it's worth, I want to draw a comparison to Gangrene Discharge, since that's pretty much his main goregrind project these days. GD has a lot of quality grooves, but there's plenty of blasting and grinding going on in that project's songs as well. With Slop, groove is the sole focus and everything else is more or less stripped away. I think it sounds pretty cool. It probably helps that the demo is only about ten minutes long, so there's not enough time for the style to get old. Definitely check this out if you're into messy, groovy goregrind.

Friday, June 17, 2016

Subterranean Humanoid Colony - I Want to Be Forgotten

Here's another noise/power electronics post. This is a new artist and this demo is loud and angry. I'll let the description on Bandcamp speak for itself: "Incompetent noise for people who hate music."

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Butyric Fermentation Abuse - Severe Virulent Pathogenic Bloodborne Infection From Over-exposure With A Rotting Cadaver During An Autopsy

Remember my Butyric Fermentation Abuse post a few months ago? I was certain that we'd never be hearing from that project again, but Bobby Maggard recently resurrected BFA and recorded new material for the project for the first time in four years. This 3" CDr was released in late April and there's also a six-way split involving BFA, two other Bobby Maggard projects, and three Adam Rotella projects that just came out yesterday, I believe. I'm sure it's an awesome split, I'm going to have to pick up a copy at some point.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Ritualistic Sex With Corpses - Revelations in Necro-Sodomy

Ritualistic Sex With Corpses is strange stuff. It sounds pretty similar to Glowering, only with more influences from electronic music in some of the tracks. It's definitely interesting and worth trying if you're a fan of Ray Rivera's various projects. RSWC has three releases that I know of: two that were put out by the RSSP sublabel Harmony Disruption in 2015 and one put out by Ecclesia Inferi in 2012. I don't know if that's the entirety of the project's output or not.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Helicobacter Pylordius - Precancerous Stomach Ulceration (Demo #1)

For some arbitrary reason, I like it when gorenoise projects name themselves after bacteria. My love of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa and Streptococcus Pyogenes probably has a lot to do with it, really. Helicobacter Pylordius doesn't really compare to Strepto or PA, honestly, but it's decent enough. The drums and watery vocals are the most prominent elements here, while the bass is little more than vague fuzz. But yeah, if you're looking to add some more gorenoise to your mp3 collection just for the hell of it or if you think you might see something in this particular release that I don't, there's no reason not to check it out. This was released in November of 2015 and at this point, I suspect it's safe to assume that it's the only Helicobacter Pylordius release that we're ever going to get.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Septic Autopsy / Infester

With Lymphatic Phlegm no longer active and the existence of Blasted Pancreas cut short by the death of Pedolover, the two bands on this split are about the most worthy successors to Lymphatic Phlegm's legacy of weirdly melodic pathological goregrind that there are, in my opinion. Septic Autopsy essentially sounds like LP with stronger death metal influences, while Infester is pathological gore done in Bobby Maggard's unmistakable style. I might have to say I prefer Septic Autopsy on this split, but it's really hard to choose a favorite. Septic Autopsy recently released its first full length through Lymphatic Sexual Orgy Records and continues to steadily put out splits as well. Infester hasn't released anything since a split with Gangrene Discharge a year ago, but the band is still active as far as I know.


P.S. - Actually, I should acknowledge that Birth's more recent material is high quality Lymphatic Phlegm worship as well. I forgot about them at first for some reason.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Perforated Bowel Syndrome With Oozing Faeces mass post #1

I think I mentioned previously that Perforated Bowel Syndrome With Oozing Faeces is one of Bobby Maggard's main projects these days. He's been releasing a ton of stuff with that project, and I've accumulated a ridiculous amount of PBSWOF stuff in a pretty short time. Way too much to post everything individually, but also too much for a single mass post. So I'll be doing a series of posts with five or so releases each, of which this will be the first.
I'm not about to go check every release, but I'm pretty sure just about everything PBSWOF has done is still available from RSSP, with the exception of a few Running Through the Blood releases which can be obtained through that label.
The releases in this particular post were all put out in late September 2015 by RSSP.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Jackhammer Abortion - Fetus Hording

I have to admit, I didn't have any special interest in this release initially, but Bobby threw in a copy with a package he sent me recently and I've found that I really like it. This is probably my new favorite Bob Macabre project, although Rectal Abscess Infection Discharge really does it for me as well. It seems like there have been more Bob Macabre projects getting released on RSSP than usual lately, but maybe I just wasn't paying attention before. This was just released at the end of April and limited to 50, so copies should still be available for a good while.

P.S. - I think my only complaint with this release is the spelling error in the title, actually.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Buzzov•en - Wound

This is pretty far off from the kind of stuff I normally post, but I fucking love this seven inch. I bought it at a record store about two years ago and naturally wanted to find a rip of it so that I wouldn't have to be limited to only being able to listen to the songs when I was at home and not feeling too lazy to play the record. A search revealed that it had been posted on a number of blogs before, but I found nothing but dead links. I guess download blogs are kind of a dying art these days, but for me personally, that only adds to the appeal of running this one to be honest. Anyway, I finally found a rip of this on Soulseek recently and I wanted to make it more readily available on the internet again. It's dark, angry music and I think anyone interested in music that conveys those feelings should check it out, even if they're not necessarily a big fan of sludge.

Allied Recordings shut down years ago and I guess copies of this seven inch are somewhat hard to find now. There are plenty for sale on Discogs though, and they really aren't priced too terribly compared to a lot of other underground recordings from this time period (Deche-Charge's s/t seven inch comes to mind, something that I bitterly want and wish wasn't so expensive). The tracks from this seven inch were also released as bonus tracks on the CD version of the Unwilling to Explain EP, which can likewise still be found on places like Discogs and Ebay for fairly reasonable prices.

Monday, June 6, 2016


Here is the Cuntpump post that I promised a while back. My plan originally was to post just Mutilated Menstruation Maker and A Pleasing Clitorectomy, but I found the first demo on Soulseek recently so I figured I'd share that as well. It was self-released back in 2009, so I'm sure it's virtually impossible to find at this point. I don't know if Mutilated Menstruation Maker (Suck My Guts Records, 2010) or A Pleasing Clitorectomy (Ecclesia Inferi Records, 2012) are still available from the labels that released them, but Regurgitated Stoma Stew has copies of both. They're just a dollar each and presumably very limited in quantity, so don't hesitate if you're interested in buying either release. Mutilated Menstruation Maker is probably my favorite of these three releases, but the other two are highly recommended as well. Cuntpump is RIP and will probably never be resurrected, but RSSP recently put out the last bit of unreleased Cuntpump material in the form of a split with Urachus. Urachus is a new project by Jordan Dyment of Punctured Esophagus.