Cast down the idols! Destroy the temples! Slay the priests! Here are 3 of our forthcoming full length releases. Spread it like the plague and we promise that we’ll give away some really awesome stuff. More infos coming soon.
Human Cull ‘Stillborn Nation’ /grind, Lodon Deuil ‘Acceptance / Rebuild’ /progressive black metal, Liege Christmas ‘Appetite for Selfdestruction’ /punk, Saar
OBLIVIONIZED | HUMAN CULL ‘This Septic Isle’ Split 7” out now!!
WOOAAARGH | Buried in Hell | Aural Onslaught | Made In The Meth Lab | Anarchotic Records (Split 7” / Free Download) released 13 July 2013
Two ripping grind bands from the United Kingdom collide to bring you one extremely ugly and deadly slab of wax! Oblivionized bombards your skull holes with their brand of avante grindcore. If you’ve listened to the Plague Widow split tracks, it’s that similar delivery of discordant, blasting, technical (but not annoyingly over the top), controlled chaos that you expect. The two tracks, “Ghost Of An Assault” and “Whore Dogs” were recorded in their private studio and mastered by Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer). That alone should grab your attention! On the flip side we haveHuman Cull. These miscreants offer five blasts of brutal grind, crust and d-beat. A total no nonsense assault on the senses. Just think of bands like Phobia, Rotten Sound, Insect Warfare, Extreme Noise Terror and Nasum and you’ve just about got it. Their tracks were recorded by Dan Couch (Chemical Tomb) and then mixed and mastered by William Blackmon (Gadget). It doesn’t get much more appropriate than that! If you thought we couldn’t throw any more grindcore street cred on this wax, think again. The cover art was created by Luis Sendon whose stamp on the underground music scene is quite prolific. And lets not forget to mention that Arif Rot (Wormrot/ Rotworks) created some beautifully brutal art for the inside.
Title: This Septic Isle Bands: Oblivionized (UK) | HUMAN CULL (UK) Tagline:
OBLIVIONIZED: “YOU’RE A DISGUSTING CUNT AND YOU DESERVE NOTHING”
HUMAN CULL: “EVERYTHING YOU DO BROUGHT BEFORE THE JURY”
Street date: 13 July 2013 Running time: 8 minutes 40 seconds Formats: 7” vinyl, small hole, 45rpm
more than 1000 records in total
Labels: WOOAAARGH | Buried in Hell | Aural Onslaught | Made In The Meth Lab | Anarchotic Records Catalog number:WRG011 Genre:grindcore, death metal, sludge, d-beat, crust, progressive
Tracklist: A - Oblivionized B - Human Cull
A1 Ghost of an Assault 2,48 min
A2 Whore Dogs 2,17 min
B1 Ignoring Fact 1,03 min
B2 Shitstorm 0,50 min
B3 Disgusted 0,27 min
B4 Assassinated 0,27 min
B5 Abandonment 0,41 min
piss yellow vinyl package limited 113 copies
crystal clear limited to 200 copies
cocaine white limited to 313
doom black, amount unknown
every copy comes with a 300g cardboard jacket and premium innersleeve on 190g paper. the yellow vinyl package comes with a 135g poster, stickers, buttons and a alternate reversible cover on 135g paper. all clear copies come with stickers and most of these copies are available from the band.
OBLIVIONIZED | HUMAN CULL 'This Septic Isle' Split 7” pre-order
Two of the UK’s finest grindcore acts have teamed up to bring you what is titled ‘This Septic Isle’. Side A of this brutal 7 inch is the technical death grind masters Oblivionized, spewing forth two tracks of misanthropic mayhem and mind-blowing insanity mastered by Scott Hull (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig Destroyer). On side B, Human Cull return with five tracks of straight forward, pure, raw, hate fueled grindcore mastered by William Blackmon (Gadget). To top off this sickness, you get artwork by Luis Sendón and Arif Rot Rotworks ロットワークス. This is a split EP for grindcore fans, by grindcore fans. This is NOT for the timid or the weak!
every pre-order comes with a free record of our choice and/or slipmat, shirt, stickers, posters etc. and of course with a immediate download of the split.
Howdy-doo folks! Today we’re showcasing a to-the-point interview with the powerviolence band HorseBastard! And with that, here we gooooooooooo…
First off, how’s the band life? Everything going smoothly?
At the moment the band is going through a bit of a chaotic phase. I (Bob, guitarist and original band member) recently left the band (in March) to move to china to teach English, so the rest of the band have been training up a new guitarist (Steve from Apatt) whilst simultaneously trying to play booked gigs, including the recent Kin’ell Fest in Leeds.
The band has, in its relatively short life, had a few ups and downs, struggles and line up changes, like many bands, but it’s always been the love of fast noise and playing gigs that has kept us all pushing through regardless.
We’ll be going on a 2 week European tour with our friends Infanticide (Sweden) in July to coincide with our playing Obscene Extreme Festival on 6th July. I will be returning from China to play this tour with them.
Feel free to check our facebook and reverbnation pages for more information on dates and venues.
So I’ve heard you’re working on a new split. How’s that process doing?
We recorded at Vagrant Studios (southport) for a split 7” record with Magpyes which we were hoping would be ready in time to be released for our upcoming European tour in July, but unfortunately this doesn’t now appear to be possible, but it will be coming out soon! Check it and Magpyes out if you can.
We also recently recorded for an EP just before I left for china, which is currently in the process of being mastered. We’re hoping to take it on tour with us in July.
We’re excited about these releases as to date we have only had one self-released EP (“equestrian blastcore”) to show for all our writing, gigging and general hard work.
How are you preparing for OEF?
We wrote new songs specifically for the tour (and EP) so we would have a longer set as so far we’ve tended to play for a maximum of 20 minutes and we felt we’d need more. Other than that we aren’t doing or thinking of anything specific or special for OEF. We’ll just do what we do and behave as the moment and mood takes us whilst we play and leave Chris (vocals) to be the focal point and do most of the moving and general stage antics whilst we concentrate on trying to play well.
With the new EP, what’s it like to finally get it all together and finally finished?
The EP is not finished yet, but we’re looking forward to finally getting it pressed and having it in our hands. A lot of hard work and effort has gone in to writing, practicing and recording so we hope it turns out well. It will feel good to have something tangible to hold and give to people, should they want it, but at the end of the day any recording is just capturing one moment of our playing. We’re mainly a live band, one who play off of each other, the people watching and the overall vibe. A record is great to hold but horsebastard is all about playing live, that’s the true nature of the beast!