Various - Brutal + Aggressive (Cassette)

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  2. Covert Actions by Baptizer, released 31 October 1. Clinic Target B 2. Law of Separation 3. Siege 4. Act at Night 5. Defile the Temples of the Enemy 6. Gallery of Human Clones 7. Attack the Warehouses 8. Politician Self Destruct 9. Destroy the Parasites Baptizer - Covert Actions [Cassette] Power electronics should always be confrontational.
  3. An actual band had not yet been set, so, on this recording, contributions are made by people from various like-minded bands, including X, the Blasters, Tex And The Horseheads, Green On Red, and the Gun Club. What's amazing is how effectively Chris D uses them to create music that is powerfully evocative of his own apocalyptic intensity/5(4).
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  5. Brutal, aggressive, abrasive are some words but damn, it was mastered so quietly! Yeah, dynamic range is a nice thing but the levels this a MirrorballJack liked a video 4 years ago.
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  7. Dec 11,  · Merch for this release: Vinyl LP, Compact Disc (CD), Cassette Even a garbage year deserves a great soundtrack, and Wimps provided with one of its finest via the aptly-titled Garbage People, a record that takes on heavy topics such as climate change, the pay gap, and pervasive anxiety about—well, everything, and turns them into infectious pop-punk songs shot through with a sardonic .
  8. The Negation is one of the more brutal, inhumane albums in Decapitated's discography, its 30 minute runtime featuring nothing but a nearly unceasing barrage of blastbeats, emotionless techy riffs and dry growls. So, aside crushing the listener, what does the album accomplish? The overall aesthetic in its clinical inhumanity is reminiscent of Nihility, but The Negation prefers being even more.

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