Tuesday, March 23, 2010

REVIEW: Jul!e D:Stroy's CD reviewed @

"I’ve not listened to much digital hardcore for a while, but this album popped up as a recommendation so I thought I’d tell you about it.
It’s got the beats and energy of Atari Teenage Riot and the screaming distorted vocals of Ec8or, all put together with a ultra feminist twist, especially with tracks like “Bikini Killa”, with it’s angry verses taking a swipe at everything that is today’s idea of sexuality.
The drum breaks are harsh and roll like a bitch, while the overdriven synths and gabber kick drums pound away, ever changing, never getting boring, while occasionally feeling the nudge in the ribs of hip-hop and dubstep. Even the little 1 minute tracks have substance, whereas on many albums these could easily turn out to be fillers. The final remix track is an insane breakcore thrash through the original and is a real smack in the face after the two live tracks.
This is a dark album, and if you want to blow some cobwebs away, download this from the D-Trash Records website and put it on full blast, if you can handle it."

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