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POWER-VIOLENCE HARDCORE/NOISE/ELECTRONIC. This classic split release has been years in the conceptual making. Long time friends BASTARD NOISE and LACK OF INTEREST team for one of the most unforgettable split releases ever! The reminding members of BASTARD NOISE teamed up with the BRUTAL TRUTH/TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION drumer to create their most sinister skull session to date. This split release is full of burning musical hooks, blazing drumming, soaked in nitroglycerin, sick electronics and the most powerful and convincing vocals ever. The split features 4 brand new songs from THE BASTARD NOISE and 9 new songs from LACK OF INTEREST.
POWER-VIOLENCE HARDCORE. "trapped inside" was the 1999 debut full-length from Los Angeles' LACK OF INTEREST who took influence from INFEST, NO COMMENT and CROSSED OUT, and carried the torch for the power-violence hardcore scene in the '90s and '00s. Out-of-print for some years - now available again on colored vinyl.
POWER-VIOLENCE/NOISE/ELECTRONIC. MAN IS THE BASTARD teamed up with sinister BASTARD NOISE to create this long, long awaited album of sound and cinematic vision. Carefully orchestrated basses layered to massive perfection, the most progressively brutal and tasteful drumming coupled with ornate, four-part vocal arrangements and drilling, esoteric trogotronic custom "skull electronics" make "the lost m.i.t.b. sessions" one for the record books.
SIEGE 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION...RESTORED DEFINITIVE SOUND...WITH ORIGINAL SESSIONS' OUTTAKES Green Opaque Wax.- - includes all the trax from the previous presses - This edition features the two bonus tracks from the 2006 reissue and the bonus track from the 2009 reissue, making this the most complete version of the release.
Siege was an American hardcore punk band from Weymouth, Massachusetts. They were active in the 1980s Boston hardcore scene from 1983 to 1985, and reunited briefly in the early 1990s.
Siege’s unprecedented level of extreme hardcore punk was some of the fastest and heaviest of its time, incorporating lightning fast tempos, chord changes, vocal delivery, and blast beats into its style, thus setting the stage for the emerging grindcore scene. And though rather short-lived and little-known during their existence, subsequent musicians have cited the group as a profound influence, including the famous British grindcore band Napalm Death and the American powerviolence band Dropdead, whose name was derived from the title of Siege’s demo of the same name.