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Old 03-25-2019, 02:06 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Old 07-14-2019, 01:47 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I can't help but wonder what the batlord would think of this whole cybergrind mess. After all, it's got the brutal grind of brutal grind bands, but with a cold mechanical onslaught of industrial what have you. With the addition of these electronics/synths, cybergrind becomes quite a pummeling force of anti-music, but at the same time a very versatile ability.

Mentioning ANb is a given, being one of the grind gods regardless of cyberness. But they are grindcore/powerviolence that rules nevertheless. If I recall correctly, you want the least friendly music there is, and ANb is a top contender with their absolute barrage of face ****ing.

This here is where the magic really begins


but whatever hints of friendliness sowed by Frozen Corpse are annihilated with this effort. 100 songs and 20 minutes later, one may find themselves waking up in a cell, to find out you'd somehow blacked out and slaughtered a huge amount of bums sleeping in the run down foundations of condemned townhouses. Is there music here? You have to listen to it all, clearly. Some of the most confrontational grind out there, right here, and I don't quite understand how it even happens



ANb are one of those bands that believe in growth within their musical career, and with a new vocalist and a new age, here we are presented with a more memorable hardcore approach, with riffs and breakdowns and melodies (:O), and by now the ****ing should have made it to your anal region.



So cybergrind's cyber elements give it a more disintegrating feeling, percussive and absolutely skull cracking. When Wadge isn't percussing or craking skulls, you can find them on a tropical beach, surf rocking the powerviolence waves ahead



While ANb are undoubtedly the poster boys of cybergrind, Enemy Soil are the distant grandparents. I don't think it's cyber enough to be cyber, but it's brutal enough to powderize jaws. The cybergrind revolution owes itself to them, a legendary and madly sick offering.



With synthesizers being an integral component of cybergrind, it's only natural that they'd shove their way to the front row of the show, pockets stuffed with electronica elements ranging from ambient to bitcore. Gigantic Brain would go on to ditch the violent approach in favor of whatever the **** he's doing now, something to do with cats and ambience, but this here is an essential cybergrind album that's so off the wall it's already 6 blocks down the street.



Gigantic Brain will surely blow your mind and ears to smithereens, but OLD give us avant-garde cyber blending to the nines, with heavy industrial and psychedelic emphasis, machinist acid grind of the highest order



More modern cybergrind heavy weights take the thing to a new extreme, as if OLD didn't whack out hard enough. With the burgeoning stylings of mathcore and nintendocore, a couple groups like these decided it wasn't enough, and cybergrind would become an entity dedicated to chaos and synth music, modern electronics becoming a focal point.





one may find themselves pondering the future of cybergrind, yet I find it an incomprehensible concept endowed with endless shove-you-through-the-wall destructive and off kilter possibilities.

As long as we're here, why not listen to the Locust, something like the godfathers of this whole movement. Melt-Banana was peeling ears with their early noise rock enhanced brand of ultra erratic music, but the Locust must not have found it extreme enough, so they gave us even more eviscerating and even more synthpop influence.

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Grindcore gets tedious sometimes (though never really not sick), but cybergrind is like an open world grind video game, and the with just about unlimited paths to take to the ultimate destination.

You may know about Igorr and his grinding jambalaya of glitched out baroque music, but his other project Whourkr gets rid of all that gay ****, leaving us with a monstrously unhinged wave of cyber grindbreaks, and most amazingly, it's frustratingly infectious



more cybergrind insights coming soon
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