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Necrosleezer – Pope Kill [EP]

necrosleezer – pope kill [ep]

The ancient quote ‘Veni, vidi, vici’ (contributed to Julius Caesar) had been transformed into ‘Come in, fuck shit up, leave’ by the internet awhile ago. Why is that important? This EP is a sonic manifestation of that ‘modern version’ of the quote, so read on.

Soon after listening to the EP for the first time, you’ll figure out where the catch is. Necrosleezer were the band assembled soon after Blasphemy disbanded in 1994 by members associated to them at that point in time (for the dense people like myself, it took me awhile where the word Necrosleezer comes from… from Ace Gustapo Necrosleezer and Vaginal Commands, who played bass in Blasphemy in the early 90’s). Even their sound hints to that. The explosive concoction of war metal, thrash and grindcore paired with blast beats, distorted guitars and grim black metal vocals, spiced up with raw production that makes everything even more intense.

This EP had originally been recorded back in 1996 and shelved until 2018 until finally somebody paid attention it deserves to it. Despite the fact that it is only 13 minutes long, it does what it’s supposed to. It comes in, it fucks shit up and it leaves. And when it does, it leaves a lasting impression. (Black Mary)