Tuesday, 17 October 2017

WVRM


WVRM are a four-piece grindcore band from Greenville, South Carolina who have been around since 2013. They play an intensive, pummelling, feedback-laden brand of hardcore featuring heavy blast beats and some crust/death metal influence thrown in the ring. They've been incredibly consistent in putting out fantastic releases, and their latest offering Can You Hear The Wind Howl is definitely one of the most assaulting grind releases you'll hear all year. Fans of Young And In The Way, Trap Them, and Full of Hell shouldn't pass this up. Enjoy.

1. Angel Crusher
2. Funeral Heart
3. Appleseed
4. Haunted
5. Coffin Dragger
6. The Rotted
7. Cry Baby
8. Old Boy
9. Downpour

1. Smell Ov Old Graves
2. Worse Than Alone
3. Carolina
4. Assisted Suicide
5. Noose Man
6. XIIIXIII
7. Wounded Dog
8. A Casket To Call Home

1. Demoness
2. Grim Rose
3. Dimly Left Atop Her Grave
4. Coffin Dragger Part II
5. Funeral Heart
6. Sewn Limbs
7. Cry Baby
8. Dear Parasite
9. Swarm Sound
10. Embrace The Noose
11. Home Is Where The Hornets Rest
12. Bone Tower
13. Appleseed
14. Blastphemous
15. Eulogist
16. As The Light Dies...

1. Slug Lord
2. Wasp Lord

1. Self Harm - Marionette
2. Self Harm - Keyboard Warrior
3. Self Harm - Leech
4. Self Harm - Fremveksten Av Den Morke Herre
5. WVRM - Goth Girl
6. WVRM - Grave Bloom
7. WVRM - Vermin Thirst
8. WVRM - Torture Porn

1. Death Erection
2. Night Collector
3. Fucked
4. Slow Strangle
5. Low Life
6. Only Suffering
7. Sleep Paralysis
8. As Below

1. Swollen Belly
2. Bag Of Blades
3. Distinguished
4. Suffer Ritual
5. Can You Hear The Wind Howl
6. Mountain Of Dead Pigs

4 comments:

  1. These boys are local to me and it's really cool to see them continue to grow on a national level

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  2. Can you please do Superchunk

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  3. Thank you. Can you please post Foundation.

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