Japanische Kampfhörspiele Hardcore Aus Der Ersten Welt

Loosely translated as "Japanese combat radio plays,” Japanische Kampfhörspiele (JaKa for short) dominate the sicko-grind sweeps for their 11th release in six years. Opener "Verpackt In Plastik” mixes the calculated grind of late-career Carcass, the thrash of Pantera and the melodic undertones of Trivium. Before the death moans and screams of Paul and Bony kick in, "Es Lernt Sich Von Selbst” has a very pronounced Fucking Champs gallop, up until the thrash-storm is unleashed, like a speedier Fantômas. "Wir Werden Gott” and later "Das Gift Ist Da” fully realise the Fantômas influence, as their rapid-fire vocals resemble Mike Patton in the same mode, eventually bleeding over into black metal with relevant keyboards. "Zimmer 2.407b” and "Zich Die Jacke Falschrum An” are Deicide versus Goatwhore, while "Du Warst Mein Ritalin” is Haunted versus Slayer. In addition to the wide expanses of Kataklysm-ic hyperthrash, "Koscher”: offers ample hardcore breakdowns and gang choruses. Sung proudly auf Deutsch, Hardcore Aus Der Ersten Welt is one of the year's best, and JaKa is grindcore's brightest hope since Killwhitneydead. (Bastardized)