Truly a masterpiece.
My one complaint is that I wish it were about five minutes longer, but there is something to be said for an album leaving the listener wanting more.
Allow the annihilation.
I’m embarrassed to say that Famine is serving as my introduction to the band, but these eight tracks across less than twenty minutes have placed them firmly on my radar.
Deeply mesmeric compositions drew us each into the depths of our souls, to the most contemplative layers, where we experienced epiphanies which are hard to put into words.
The band continues in a niche side of extreme music that takes the original, anti-musical ethos of grindcore seriously.
This album is a banger and I’m very confident the band would keep the pit absolutely hopping.
Enjoy every jolt, reprieve, attack, and sharp turn.
The vision of the world seen between the riffs is bleak, but there is strength and spine there too – enough to rise up with each cadence to move inexorably forward and fight back!