Phobia - Remnants of Filth - Grindcore Punk Pink Purple LP + Poster + Lyric insert

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Phobia - Remnants of Filth

Label: Deep Six Records
Cat #: DS176
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Pink Purple Marbled
Includes Poster, Lyric insert
Country: US
Released: 2012
Produced and mixed at Visceral Sound Studios in Bethesda, Maryland.
Genre: Rock
Style: Grindcore


A1 Assertion To Demean
A2 Contradiction
A3 Submission Hold
A4 Plagued By The System
A5 Dementia Having Overdose
A6 Got The Fear
A7 Infraction Of Pride
A8 Resolution
A9 Let It Go
A10 Deaden To Believe

B1 Vengeance Will Be Mine
B2 No Sympathy For The Weak
B3 Freedom Isn’t Free
B4 Atrocious Atrocity
B5 Filthy Fucking Punks
B6 Constrain Relations
B7 Resuscitate
B8 Inaction

Grindcore veterans Phobia have been assaulting eardrums for over two decades now, but they sure as f*** haven't lost their edge.

"Offers up 18 pile-driving, socio-political grind hymns in 19 minutes." That sounds about right; if brevity is the source of wit, then these guys are fucking witty! Even though the longest track, "Resolution", clocks in at 1:34, several songs still manage to mix it up a little with slower paced sludgy breakdowns sandwiched between blast beat blitzkriegs. All in all, the song structure changeups will grab your attention and hold onto it with a death grip.

The production on this album is solid and tight, and the sound is clean. The lack of dissonance helps enhance the power packed into the rapid fire punches and methodical boot stomps blasting from my stereo. Shane "The Pain" Mclachlan provides his trademark vocals, alternating between high pitched shrieks and primitive growls, both of which are pretty much indecipherable.

Tracks like "Dementia Having Overdose", "Freedom Isn't Free" and "Resuscitate" pummel with heavy artillery drum fire over much tamer chord progressions, while "Resolution" and "Filthy Fucking Punks" revel in groove-grind time changes. "Deaden to Believe" even jams a sweet guitar solo. It's easy to make a mess of this brand of straight-ahead hell-grind, but Phobia have twenty years of chops on their side, and Remnants of Filth turns promise into action.

What you get here is grindcore, plain and simple. Thankfully absent are pretentious experiments attempting to incorporate elements from other genres. Nope, instead you get a barrage of brutality that sets out to grind your f***ing head in... and succeeds.

Phobia - Dementia Having Overdose

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Phobia-Freedom Isn't Free

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Phobia - Resolution

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Phobia - Filthy Fucking Punks

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Condition New
Format LP
Label Deep Six Records