Total Fucking Destruction & FUBAR - Split EP (Single Review)



Total Fucking Destruction

01.Push
02.Song For Daniel
03.Bugs
04.Hallucinaut

Ryan Moll (Bass/Vocals)
Dan O'Hare (Guitar/Vocals)
Richard Hoak (Drums/Vocals)

From Philadelphia,formed by Richard Hoak after the demise of Brutal Truth in 1999.


Fubar

01.Nothing Or Too Little
02.Niet Gezaaid, Toch Geoogst
03.Death Or Doubt
04.Klokkenluiders
05.Drone

Luc (Vocals)
Mark (Guitar)
Joris (Bass)
Paul (Drums).

From the Netherlands, came together in 2001 as an old school grindcore band called I scream: Protest, played 2 gigs and after kicking out the only original member changed their name and recorded a demo under the name of F.U.B.A.R. It saw the light of day in the beginning of 2002.

So this is a good old fashioned split 7" vinyl EP!

Up first is 'TFD' and some short, sharpe, shocks, well full on hyper speed grind, 'Bugs' is a long progressive rock worlout, only joking it's 18 seconds of silly voices and then the last track 'Hallucinaut' is by far the ebst here as it has a great bass lead beginning before ending on the stuff that tends to go "Arggghhhhhh".

To FUBAR now, this has a slightly more punky edge to it, more early death/grind crossover delivered with real agression.

This is the kind of stuff you either like or dont like, never find an in-between audience, if it's your thing then this is a good EP to have, and once again worth mentioing that its on vinyl.

Rating 7/10
For fans of: Napalm Death, Extreme Noise Terror, Anal Cunt

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