|Review: Goresoerd - Goremarket Mid-Prices|
Label: Nailboard Records
Year released: 2007
Review online: November 10, 2007
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Grindcore isn't my thing, but Goresoerd are more diversified than this. Other than a couple of songs, and the very short average length of the songs here, there isn't much that can really be qualified as grind here. Goresoerd mix grind, Death Metal, thrash and barebones heavy metal, both musically and vocally. The vocals go through clean, thrashy, death growls (both the "tolerable" and the "puking my breakfast" varieties), and some more "yappy" style that I won't try to give a name to. A couple of fast, forgettable grind numbers are thankfully overshadowed by a few more or less brutal Death Metal songs, some thrashier numbers that flirt with melodic death, and some melodic, more heavy metal-ish songs. Gore and humour are at the rendez-vous and some of the songs here are guaranteed to make the listener smile a few times while listening to this. "Pop Rock Cowboy" is rather pop-ish and could easily end up on the radio, quite a departure from the very fast album opener, just to name that one. This is a short CD, but there's a hell of a lot going on and this is anything but boring. Nothing great, but it's something that's fun to throw in the CD player on occasion.
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