Sunday, August 9, 2015


Norylsk (Poland): Catholic Dictatorship (Selfmadegod Records)
There are 14 tracks of modern, heavy, brutal grind on this album. Norylsk has come to chew bubble gum and play grind, and they are all out of bubble gum now. Here’s the deal, so, the first song sounds awesome, fast and perfect, but then the second starts and it sounds awesome, too. Then, the third songs gets going immediately, but this track starts to sounds a bit better than awesome. Next, the fourth number certainly kicks down the door, and then all kinds of hell breaks loose and everything in the house is shaking at this point. The neighbors are upset because Norylsk is too noisy, and the other neighbors are angry because they don’t like grind, only classic rock, but this is rock and roll, people, this is most definitely rock and roll, too. C’mon, now, that’s what Lock Up, Nasum, Squash Bowels, Insect Warfare …and now Norylsk are.

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