Laeirs have release their new EP for free download on their Bandcamp. This skramz band are nice little freshies, existing in the exciting new Sunshine Coast scene comprising primarily of DIY garage and house shows, thus breeding their own style of hardcore, screamo and punk music. The songs show some nice variety in melody, moving seamlessly from slower moving stuff to straight up thrashy parts, but still being able to maintain their average song length under one minute.
This debut EP is a good first start for this productive band, and it always makes me happy when great new Aussie screamo bands start up, as we have lacked in the past 3-4 years much of the great screamo kicking round in the early 00's. Recorded by Chris Brownbill, the dude behind all the best new DIY Brissy recordings. I look forward to seeing these dudes live, screaming their little hearts out in a garage or house show near you.
Here is Part 2 of Agents of Abhorrence set at Grindcore 2009.
Tracks: Character Dissection, Under Earth, The Audacity of You and Shock Treatment (with Max's stage dive)
Salt and earth. Salt and fucking earth.
The Day Everything Became Nothing have released a new film clip for the song Cut from their 2006 release "Invention: Destruction". I guess on the positive it is a good representation of the band, ultra serious and ultra grind. But I would have preferred something a bit more out there, fucked up and less politically correct. I guess that's what Blood Duster is for.
What does everyone think of it?
The Day Everything Became Nothing - Cut
Since our Grindslaughter demo is available for download (recorded at the start of 2007) , I figure we might as well throw up these recordings too.
I recorded and mixed these 4 tracks in my bedroom towards the end of 2007. At some point I was meant to release them as a 'Digital EP', but then we had some strange Malaysia record label interested in releasing them in a professionally printed 5 way split CD with a few cool bands (Collision from the Czech Republic, The Arson Project from Sweden and Onanizer who are all the goods).
We got the audio mastered by Tim Carr and sent him the tracks, but for whatever reason he decided to never reply to any of the bands. We also used 2 tracks for our CULT AS FUCK split double floppy disc with Anal Discharge which is long sold out.
Hope you enjoy them. Feel free to burn and share them with mates.
Oh and if you have Facebook, fucking become a fan already. We won't tell anyone. Keep an eye out for our split CD with Krupskaya due out March/April 2008 on Grindhead Records too.
1. Dying for Meth
2. Genocidal Superstar
3. Burden (Rotten Sound)
4. The God Delusion
Hailing from Orange in NSW, Code of Lies play a modern style of groove-laden, hybrid technical death/grind drawing influences from a wide range of extreme metal genres. The Age of Disgrace contains a dynamic mix of guttural lows and raging high vocals backed with thick, intricate guitar work and blasting drums that hit harder than a spinkick to the face.
Code of Lies balance the level of technical ability of bands like Cephalic Carnage and Psyopus with the sheer intense aggression of Nasum and Pig Destroyer influenced grindcore and the complex sense of melody and groove from Between the Buried and Me and The Haunted. With The Age of Disgrace as an extremely impressive debut, Code of Lies have established themselves as a new talent to watch out for in the Australian extreme scene.
Available now for $12 AUD (within Australia) or $10 USD (worldwide). See www.grindheadrecords.com for more info.