|Review: Feed Them Death - No Solution / Dissolution|
|No Solution / Dissolution|
Year released: 2018
Review online: March 23, 2019
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:No Solution / Dissolution
Rated 4/5 (80%) (3 Votes)
Alright, you want to get severely punished and beaten 'til your ears start bleeding? Well, then try this. Feed Them Death is a one-man grinding death metal crusade from London, England, run by a fellow named Void. He describes his stuff as follows: "This is old school death/grindcore, recorded and executed as if it was still the fucking 90s". That basically everything about his debut album, No Solution/Dissolution.
Twelve songs in +25 minutes are on offer, and Void's grinding death metal torpedoes are basically hit-or-miss. Either you like this stuff, or you dump it after hearing the first 5-10 seconds. One can hear glimpses of later era Napalm Death, Rotten Sound, Cannibal Corpse etc. in the band's nobody-will-be-spared type of devastating sound. As you can expect, grindcore never has a tendency to sound slow, but then, on the other hand, you cannot find any blast beat ridden mayhem here either. I really like the bass' sound on the top of the mix. It's clear and it can be heard throughout the album.
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