DJ Floorclearer ‎– Goat Slaughterer E.P

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Death$ucker Records ‎– Death$ucker 24
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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(p) 2007

Label lists the tracks on the wrong side/s, corrections are made below

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somebedroomdj

somebedroomdj

May 29, 2008

I love the way metal guitars sound with mashed up amens and this is a good example of how it should be done. This is some rough, hard music and the guitar bits are not overused or given too much of the attention. The drums still lead the tracks. A lot of people will talk about how the amen is played out, but I think that's just because you'll hear a lot of "breakcore by numbers" tracks that have a good mash, but the same short piece will be repeated throughout a track. If you listen closely here, you'll hear a lot of very subtle changes in the breaks. A few hits here, a few hits there changed up just that little bit to keep it from being predictable. Listen to some early Soundmurderer and you'll see that the same concept is what makes those first few Rewind records so great. The break needs to be played like an instrument.

Good record, Death$ucker strikes again!