It’s Saturday morning and I’m listening to a band called Total Fucking Destruction, my neighbours are washing their car, they must really fucking hate me right now. Although, to be honest, I’m starting to hate myself as this split-album batters me into a gibbering wreck.

Nine tracks of hyper-fast punk-soaked grindcore is the order of the day here with the tracks being split between Philadelphia scumbags, Total Fucking Destruction and Dutch filth merchants, Fubar. Crusty, nasty, filthy punk-grindcore from start to finish, this split-album really is a test for your stamina as both bands are relentless in their onslaught. Delivering a truly horrific lesson in musical mayhem, this really is only for fans of raging noise but, then again, you probably knew that once you’d seen the name Total Fucking Destruction.

Stuff like this is hard to rate because, if you’re a fan of the genre, you’ll love it, otherwise your exposure to this kind of thing is probably going to be non-existent which, if you’re anything like my neighbours are at the moment, will be seen as something of a blessing.

Track Listing:

01. Push (TFD track)
02. Song For Daniel (TFD track)
03. Bugs (TFD track)
04. Halucinaut (TFD track)
05. Nothing Or Too Little (Fubar Track)
06. Niet Gezaaid Toch Geoogst (Fubar Track)
07. Death In Doubt (Fubar Track)
08. Klokkenluiders (Fubar Track)
09. Drone (Fubar Track)

Run Time: 11:12
Release Date: April 20, 2015

Check out the track “Dudehammer” here.

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.