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Wormrot - Abuse (CD, Album)

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9 comments on Wormrot - Abuse (CD, Album)

  1. WORMROT "Abuse" (Earache) Lost Swines Exterminate Double-Feeding Born Stupid Sledgehammer So Fierce For Fuck!? Dis-Appointing.
  2. Wormrot is a Grindcore band from Singapore formed in Playing old-school Grindcore with modern ideas, Wormrot caught the attention of Earache Records (UK) and was later signed to the label in They have consistently toured the US, EU and the neighbouring Asian countries, the longest being a two-month, shows trek in the EU.
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  4. Abuse is 23 songs in 21 minutes. This album is similiar to Insect Warfare and Pig Destroyer.. Like Pig Destroyer Wormrot play without a bassist. So while you won't get the heavy bottom like a Rotten Sound/Nasum type of grind, you will get a more trebly type of grind, like early Pig Destroyer. Wormrot really don't mess around/5(14).
  5. Wormrot "Abuse" CD Arguably 's greatest Grindcore release, Wormrot's 'Abuse' finally escapes the confines of the So.. £ Ex Tax: £
  6. Label: Earache - MOSH,Earache - MOSH • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Grindcore Wormrot - Abuse (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(10).
  7. Abuse is Wormrot’s debut release, recorded after the band formed in , subsequent to the band members' release from Singapore’s mandatory military service. The album was .
  8. Richard D. James Album (LP) Aphex Twin Voices (LP) Wormrot Dirge (CD) Wormrot Dirge (CD) Wormrot Dirge [Red Vinyl] (LP) Wormrot Scion A/V Presents 'Noise' (10") Wormrot Scion A/V Presents "Noise" (10") Wormrot Abuse (CD) Wormrot View More. Label Releases. Altars Of Madness [Ultimate Edition] (CD) Morbid Angel.
  9. Credit Earache Records for tirelessly scouring the globe for grindcore bands near and far, because they've found a real gem in Singapore's Wormrot, and their incendiary debut album, Abuse. Check that: they may have also found some future political refugees, because the band's uncompromising aggression and incendiary lyrics are bound to get them booted from their notoriously buttoned-up 7/

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