Psywarfare/Rot In Hell - Split
This time around Hellion has teamed up with the UK's Rot In Hell for a split 7" on Magic Bullet Records.
Side 'A' belongs to Rot In Hell and finds the band making a total 180 when compared to the Holy Terror sound they made their name on. Instead they present a set of acoustic songs that may stray aurally, but maintains the aura of a darker band. The first song features distant screaming over the light strumming and soft chanting-like vocals that allows Rot In Hell to retain their edge. The next two songs drift further to the softer spectrum as side 'A' draws to a close, but I tend to like them more that way. An all acoustic batch of songs isn't what I was expecting from Rot In Hell, but I like it more than I thought I would.
Side 'B' is the return of Psywarfare and the return of that noise your dial-up made as you logged on to AOL in the 90's. God I hate this shit. I haven't been shy about my hatred for noise before, so I am not going to get into again. If you see Dwid's name on Psywarfare and think Holy Terror, instead just think wholly terrible. There isn't a minute of side 'B' that I don't regret.
Label: Magic Bullet Records
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- ROT IN HELL
- 1. Parthenogenesis
- 2. Theodolite and Pendulum
- 3.Poetry of Worms
- 1. My Lover is the Queen of the Night
- 2. When Blood Consumed My Knife
- 3. Draining Bernice Worden
- 4. Collisional Thought Depravation