Jan 11, 2013

The first band up is Insult. This band rips out some really tight and fast hardcore on their six songs that verge on losing control, but hangs on with a few fingers. They are more old school, super-fast hardcore with the last of their songs, “Diddler on Parole,” being the longest at just over one and a half minutes and sounding a bit like latter day Black Flag. Rampant Decay is next with three songs and they have a more modern hardcore sound, closer to grind and sludge and with longer songs. It seems to be a bit lopsided in the two styles, but it was a pretty good split all the same, although Insult was the winner on this one for me.

 –guest (Patac,

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