Thursday, April 28, 2011

Discordance Axis - The Inalienable Dreamless (2001)

I'm way too engulfed by hedonism to do anything useful and I've been neglecting the blog for a long time, I haven't even checked my emails for weeks. Not a single fuck is given still, but I've brought you one of the best grindcore albums ever made. Band bio copy-pasted from, I think it says it all.
Discordance Axis was a grindcore band with high-pitched screaming & low grunted vocals, blast beat style drumming and often technical fast-paced guitar work.

The band was founded in 1992. Rather than taking the normal route of releasing Demos, DA instead recorded a multitude of limited edition split albums, though rehearsal tapes and demos were released later on various compilation sets. Some of these have such poor sound quality that they just sound like blasts of noise, whereas later releases like The Inalienable Dreamless have very clear production which revealed the complexity of the guitar riffs.

They split up in 2003 when guitarist Rob Marton developed tinnitus from standing too close to the amp during rehearsals and live shows. They gained somewhat of a cult status post-split, and are renowned as one of the foremost art-grind bands.

The band was notable both for having no bassist and for packaging most of their full-length releases in DVD cases rather than standard CD cases, presumably to accommodate the unusually large booklets (normally with liner notes for each song longer than the lyrics).
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