Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Out now: GAZA

"On its third album,
No Absolutes in Human Suffering, the Salt Lake City band's blast-beaten hooks lure as much as they devastate."

"A twisting, warping, hardcore-influenced spin on noisy grind n' roll... This is smart, enraged grindcore for people who don't necessarily think they like the stuff."

"Suffocating layers of grind, sludge, punk are bound, flayed, torched malevolently by Utah crew."

"Some of the most willfully uncomfortable music the underground is producing today."

"Seamlessly segueing from widescreen grandeur to introspective intensity, this is a thrilling and dark album..."

"As compelling as it is hideous, No Absolutes in Human Suffering is essential listening..."

"A perfect album in every sense and Gaza have once again set a high standard for raw, thought-provoking aggressive music."