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Kill Life / 33: Split [7-inch]Split [7-inch] (2011)
All the way live records/ Chap
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: JohnGentileJohnGentile
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Now that the Internet has made finding out stuff as easy as the click of a button, some bands have purposefully begun to cloak themselves in mystery and misinformation. Rumored to contain members of Integrity, Crass, Fucked up, and Magrudergrind, Kill Life has taken this trend to the next level. The.
Now that the Internet has made finding out stuff as easy as the click of a button, some bands have purposefully begun to cloak themselves in mystery and misinformation. Rumored to contain members of Integrity, Crass, Fucked up, and Magrudergrind, Kill Life has taken this trend to the next level. Their side of this split contains no information beyond the name of the songs, and their website is a looped perpetual howling with a static image of what might be vertebrate. The music itself is a little more concrete, beginning with a minute-long Clevecore-metalcore stomping, with what sounds like Integrity's Dwid Hellion on the vocals. Then it segues into the next two "songs" which are at first a brief sound scape before devolving into an audio recording of a 911 call which documents a gruesome chimp attack on a person. Much like the bands of whom members are rumored to be in Kill Life, it's likely that the band will go even further into the avant-garde. While the piece is intriguing, it seems that with all the talent and experience at their hands, they could have made a more permanent or at least more lengthy statement than this one-minute-forty-second-long side.
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