STOIC VIOLENCE: Self-titled: LP

Nov 21, 2013

This album features eight tracks of raw hardcore which has its roots firmly in the 1980s from a band seemingly intent on trampling all in its path with fists and boots flailing wildly. On the whole, it’s quite a rudimentary affair but is highly effective in its execution, as guitars and drums rage away with some nasty—and occasionally whacked out—sounding vocals up front and center. For all the fury dished out in a shade over nine minutes, I actually find this album quite catchy. It’s clearly not for the timid.

 –Rich Cocksedge (Video Disease, [email protected], videodiseaserecords.com / Katorga Works, [email protected], katorgaworks.com)

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