Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Miserable Failure "Hope"
The grindcore rule book states that songs by bands that claim genre should be short angry bursts that rely on super fast blazing riffs and blast beats. The myths surrounding this rulebook include that it was written for people with short attention spans so it can be read in less time than Napalm Death's "You Suffer" and that it was originally printed with a lump of black coal then photocopied and handed out at grind gigs on A5 paper.
Lost all semblance of my original train of thought; where was I again? Oh, yeah. I was writing a review of French grindcore band, Miserable Failure's "Hope". It's fast and angry grind. Four songs in less than four minutes. Balls jackhammered to the wall by a bullet train sum up this band's approach although they do slow down for a bit in "Goodbye and Good Riddance" to give a sample some breathing space.
If you have four minutes to spare then click the link below for some great grindcore.
Miserable Failure on bandcamp
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