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Submerge/Karras
Split 7" (blue vinyl) (Shogun Records)

By: Jeb Branin

Not content to be one of (if not THE) most devastating neo-grind act in France, SUBMERGE continue their quest to conquer the entire universe with one of their best efforts to date. On this split with fellow violence-fiends KARRAS, the band wields their music like the hammer of Thor and brings it crashing trough the skull of any grind fan smart enough to buy this very limited record. I don't know if this band has any full length albums out, but if they do not, it is a crime against humanity. KARRAS, for their part, do a stellar job of providing a counterpoise for SUBMERGE. They are unleash a harsh and driving sound that is what you might imagine a grind band signed to AmRep would sound like. TODAY IS THE DAY, at their more direct, is the best comparison I can come up with.
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