Thursday, October 14, 2010


     HAHAHAHA FUCK, this band is too awesome, fuck. Japanese metal is INCREDIBLY hit and miss, and japanese punk even more so [polysics and shit bands etc]. Where shit bands fail [like stupid tokio hotel from tockeyo, sheesh cant even spell their home town right, dumb japanese] again and again, 324 shreds to pieces.  There's something about poorly translated grindcore that gets me going. The album starts off chunky and slow with the beginning of "darkgazer" but has some pretty solid thrashing anti-breakdowns, breakups if you will. The next songs through the title track consecutively grind the shit out of your ears with well placed breakdowns and fucking hectic as hell blast beats and vocals. Think Napalm death, but with better vocals and not english [not like you fucking care you grindslut], don't think punk.... Although the occasional well placed dbeat does appear. Mugen No Saka is a sweet as fuck song starting out with typical dbeat / speed metal crescendoing riffs and then after a few seconds of solid blast beats, one of the best songs on the album. The band takes a nice turn for a post-hardcore like song with most parts of "bidou no asa", amazing song, great composition. There's not much more I can say for this album, it's a grind album, there's not many grey areas, you'll like it or you won't. Definitely a great album by a great band.
     There's youtube videos of a FEW songs of theirs, two from this album. The guy seems cool, might as well link the song here for your listening, saves me from doing it I guess ~HehEheh~*.

Youtube video

     And a mediafire download :

~follow/whatever girl5 u no u w4n7 2~


  1. Not bad. On the subject:

    My fav in that catagory.

  2. That's some pretty sick grind. If you don't already listen to them, check out Wormrot, they have some really refreshing grind tracks.

    Thanks for the protip on a sick band.

  3. I'm glad I've got so much extra storage space on this computer for music. My library is growing fast.

  4. Ah wormrot are pre good I've listened to em here and there.

    And I've seen Dir En Gay posted on some forum once, its not obscure enough for my japanese tastes.

  5. Not particularly a fan of the vocals but I'm loving the guitar.

  6. got any good japanese punk bands?