Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Worlds "Unforeseen Paths" 7 inch Review

Worlds Unforeseen Paths 7 inch

Worlds is another band out of the local scene that I checked out recently and actually enjoyed. I heard the name here and there, and finally checked them out at a gig at the now defunct Black Coffee Gallery. I was really damn impressed with their live performance; it was a sheer blast of terror and aggression that a lot of bands lack these days. The band also makes quite an impression on their debut 7 inch entitled “Unforeseen Paths”, which leans towards a more old school approach to grindcore. The band consists of members from such veteran bands as Asshole Parade, Floor and Assuck most notably. The tracks on the album aren’t very long in length, but the band gets to the point and gets the job done very well. The album is laden with blast beats, grindy riffs, and low guttural vocals, almost in the vein of Assuck’s “Misery Index”, Napalm Death’s “From Enslavement to Obliteration” and Arsedestroyer’s “Teen Ass Revolt”. I recommend this for any fan of true old school grindcore.

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