wtorek, 24 października 2017

Exclusive stream of new Massgrav's song "Vem har tjallat för chefen?" and interview with Ola and Norse!

      Proudly presents the loudest band from Sweden aka Stockholm Rockers: Massgrav! The release date of their new album is on Saturday, 28th of October 2017. Exclusive stream of new Massgrav's song "Vem har tjallat för chefen?" and interview with Ola and Norse by Andrzej Dumała/ Grindcore Propaganda.
      During the 21 years of existence Massgrav have were a lot of masks and used the words of others, what's behind the Stockholm Rockers masks?
      Ola: I would say this started as an inside joke about the super pretentions (and similar photos) that the Swedish act the Knife used quite some time ago and somehow it evolved into this album cover. We used the same masks and clothes when we did a "rock video" (long story) last year and the photos from that looked great. Unfortunately, they were all lost, so we decided to recreate that photo shoot this year. I'm not 100% sure what you mean by that we have worn a lot of masks throughout the years though, I think this is the first and it's a damn hassle so don't expect us to do a Dr Living Dead anytime soon.
      Norse: And to be honest, even if we're a bunch of handsome motherfuckers, we're not that pretty that our faces should be on a record cover.
      But as you can see, our perfectly shaped bodies are all there to give you maximum pleasure.
      O: Let me take this opportunity to remind us all that Norses face was actually on the cover of the "stampa takten..." ep, so I guess he's the exception to that rule.
      N: Well, that was during my modeling days. Now I'm uglier and more disgusting.
Massgrav. Photo credits: Urban Skytt.



poniedziałek, 16 października 2017

Interview with Gurdip Singh Narang/ Gutslit!

      I first heard Gutslit when they started out in 2007 and they have come a long way in the past decade. The band has released 2 albums and toured Europe multiple times despite line up changes. Their second album Amputheatre via Transcending Obscurity records is out now and it sounds great. The album is huge leap ahead of their previous album Skewered in The Sewer with regards to songwriting and production. Find out more about their recent European tour, Amputheatre and upcoming plans in my interview with bassist Gurdip Singh Narang below. Peter 'Trendcrusher' K.

      Hi Gurdip, you recently got back from your Brutal Grooves Grinding Moves Tour tour across Europe alongside Stillbirth, Splattered and Carnivore Diprosopus. How did it go?
      Hey Peter, the tour went perfect. The shows were packed, a few sold out, the traveling between the cities was smooth. Perfect planning and execution. Probably the best tour we have played till date.
      Amputheatre is about the different forms of torture. What was the inspiration behind it?
      I have personally been a fan of psychopath killers. Torture devices just come along with it. They even add to the charm of innovation and magnificent detailing. The creators not only made them to hurt someone, but also designed them in a way to extract information, confess crimes and ultimately kill them slowly, while enjoying their screams and call for help. Humans are known to inflict pain. Kingdoms and dynasties were known to leave behind torture trails and fear in the minds of people to win over more land quickly. We just talk about that.