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Corrupted : Grief/Corrupted Split




Out of Corrupted's releases from their first year, their track on this split has to be the best. 'Mi Pueblo' (translated: 'My Town') is a really dark and loud track. It fits very nicely with the crackling sound of vinyl, I might add. It's not vastly different from the other Corrupted releases this year, but unlike those releases this does not sound too similar.

Grief do quite a good job on their side as well. The music is even louder than Corrupted's side. The vocals are brighter and more oppressive. Not to mention that just like the band they share this 7" with, their track is incredibly filthy. That they truly despise themselves doesn't really come as a surprise when you hear this.

I must admit that it's not often that one is lucky enough to find two of the biggest names in sludge/doom doing a split together. Additionally, both tracks are very well done. This one ought to fit the liking of most sludge fans.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

Information

Tracklist :
Corrupted:
1. Mi Pueblo

Grief:
2. My Dilemma

Duration : Approx. 13 minutes

Visit the Corrupted bandpage.

Reviewed on 02-07-2007 by Arnstein Petersen
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