Nirvana - Bleach (1989)

To quote the everdeepening pool of intellect that is

"Metal faggots love bleach."


Cool Mortification

Krabathor - Cool Mortification (1993)

From the very first cavernous tom fill you know you're in for some serious business. To-the-point death metal that isn't going to try to beguile you, they're just going to riff at you for 43.5 minutes. Don't interpret that as boring, however. A sinister atmosphere and just a hint of what almost sounds like crossover thrash make this the stand-out from these Czech dude's fairly solid catalogue. Paul Speckmann would eventually join their ranks, giving them further credibility. Because Paul Speckmann is cool and doesn't fuck with poser shitbands.

Very Cool Mortification

THRASH WEEKEND: Divine Intervention

Slayer - Divine Intervention (1994)

It's the weekend so it's time to chug a fuckload of cheap beer and listen to thrash. Let's all listen to this Slayer album. You know what Slayer sounds like so I'm not going to describe it for you.


Children Of The Grave

Bonus Master Content:

The New Elite

Master - The New Elite (2012)

New death metal from very cool dude and everyone's favorite death metal expat Paul Speckmann. I don't know what the evil version of gold is, but whatever it is, everything Speckmann touches turns into it, this album definitely fucking included. As I was telling a friend of mine earlier today (Yes, I have those. Fuck you.) The New Elite is a certified, notarized, bonafide ripper and if you don't at the very least check it out you're a dummy.


Chest Pain

Chest Pain - Chest Pain 7" (2011)

I saw this band play with Iron Lung a couple weeks back. They were really good. Also they played very cool powerviolence from Austin, Texas. The recorded material doesn't quite live up to the unreasonable sounds they were making live, but it's still fun.

You can get this record absolutely free of charge over at their bandcamp page.

Hear Nothing See Nothing Etc Etc

Discharge - Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing

I've been listening to this album a whole lot, so guess what? I'm gonna type about it on the internet. And you're gonna read about it on the internet. Or maybe a phone. I don't know what the fuck you do.

Discharge is a very cool band that started a new style of music called Discharge-Beat. This particular LP of Discharge-Beat has a truly horrifying guitar sound. A sort of undulating cloud that's accented by distant squeals. Mostly the drums just play a Discharge-Beat.