Music Reviews

Acrid

Eighty Sixed

No Idea

This is the first time on LP for both Eighty Sixed and S.O.S. from Canada’s own Acrid. The music remains ugly, noisey, metallish hardcore with sick, tortured vocals, only now it’s presented on various colors of vinyl. The few clean parts emphasize the churning, distorted, spikey doom found elsewhere. Evil metal hardcore growling and flaying amidst blasts. Aww shit, the skies are turning black again…

No Idea Records, P.O. Box 14636, Gainesville, FL 32604, http://www.noidearecords.com


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