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Deathface: Fall of Man

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Chop-screwed drum n bass for metalheads. Johnny Love was half of Guns N’ Bombs and is now all of Deathface, aside from a few random screeches from psycho-posturing chick singer Adri Law on “Sick of It.” 

“Gift of Fury” is desolate and hard-ass at turns, what you’d expect if Acumen Nation tried their hand at gabber, the balance forward is a grab-bag of what you think it sounds like inside Courtney Love’s brain, loud relentless pounding.

Going by the constant name-checking thrown Atari Teenage Riot’s way in the press blurbs for this thing, I was expecting something a lot less anti-everything than what turned up, which would have been mighty fricking lame, but instead this is a truly furious combination of Rob Gee, Salem and your basic rage-aholic DJ, say Terrorfakt.

By Eric Saeger

Homepage: Deathface
Homepage: Trouble & Bass Records

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