Internal Rot: Grieving Birth 12"

Internal Rot: Grieving Birth 12"


Tags: · 20s · grind/power violence · grindcore
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Absolutely pulverizing grindcore as lethal as running a marathon in the open desert without any water. There are no tricks, no gimmicks, no pitch shift, no triggers, no psychic surgery, just grind. Do you grind? Because this fucking grinds. Did mention that it grinds. It does. It grinds. A pure record.

800 copies on black vinyl housed in a 24pt jacket with poster and download card included. Art by Xavier Irvine, Christoph Winkler and Vicky Morales. Recorded by Jason Fuller, Alex McFarlane and Xavier Irvine. Mastered by Mikey Young.



Our take: Even though Iron Lung is a power violence / grind band, Iron Lung Records releases relatively few bands from that genre. Obviously the Iron Lung folks know this genre of music pretty well, so when they place their stamp of approval on a band who plays in this style, it’s worth paying attention. Internal Rot is a grind band, and Grieving Birth is a punishing whirlwind of a record. There are hundreds of killer riffs spread across its 20-ish minutes. Thank god records have two sides, because I’m not sure if I could take the whole thing in one interrupted burst… not because it’s same-y sounding or boring, but because it’s so relentlessly punishing that I feel like I’m having an anxiety attack. If that’s your idea of a fun time, pick up this ripper.