[Album Review]: Wormrot – “Noise” (EP, 2011)

Posted: October 7, 2011 in Album Reviews
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Within a very short span of time, nearly four months, the Singaporean grindcore machine Wormrot have come up again with their EP called “Noise”. While their previous ‘full length’ was just above eighteen minute mark, this EP is only a little more than five minutes. Musically, this is the same Wormrot – no progression or shift in sound or whatever. And same with the productions.

I’ve always loved their apporach to grindcore, i.e. they seem to throw a very complex structured grindcore in an easy and straightforward manner, offered in grind as in similar style to Insect Warfare or Kill the Client. The regular Wormrot amalgation of hardcore, punk, crust, crossover thrash and metalcore ingredients in their music is evident, and the flow is designed well, while Arif balancing his throat with both growls and screams. But overall, this just seems to be a collection of the remnants they forgot to include in their last album, literally.

Thus nothing new is on the table, but a worthy-check-out if you like their older stuff. It’s a fair step that it was originaly released as a digital download then 10″ EP and CD by Earache Recs, haha.

So here goes my tiny review for the tiny EP. Grindcore!

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