Friday, September 30, 2011

Turbogrind Terrorizers - "The Album" [2011]

Artist: Turbogrind Terrorizers
Title: The Album
Label: Itsu Jitsu
Genre: Industrial Grindcore
Country: Italy
Release date: 2011

Track list:
  1. Turbogrind Terrorizers
  2. Osama is Dead Again
  3. Napalm Theme Park
  4. Disneyland's Burning
  5. Wrath of the Nerd Oppositors
  6. Gastrointestinal Disembowelment etcetera
  7. Turd Rugby Insanity (Abosranie Bogom cover)
  8. Disneyland's Burning part II
  10. Twitching mass of slime known to some as the human piece of shit
  11. Succulent High Voltage Pylons
  12. Germano Mosconi
  13. Meet Me on Riverside Drive
  14. Perk
  15. UTP I
  16. UTP II
  17. UTP III
  18. UTP IV
  19. UTP V
  20. UTP VI
  21. UTP VII
  22. Melancholy Nitro Stick
  23. Clockwork
  24. Avalanche
  25. Errrr
  26. Eat my Peck
  27. And Now...
  28. Amen, Fucker
  29. Chased by Angry London Bobbies
  30. Corporation Anthem
  31. Bombarding Libya
  32. Stoner
  33. Interceptor
  34. Corporation Anthem (Vince's Edit)
  35. Corporation Anthem (Speed-Ballad-core remix by Taktikal Battalion)
  • HOX [drums, bass, guitar, samples, mess, melody]
  • VINCE GAUTHIER [drums, loops, samples, noises, industrial clashes]
  • JASON KAVANAGH [glitching, weeing, melting & rebuilding sounds, field recording]
  • NEIL MORRISON [drums]
"Turbogrind Terrorizers are a cybergrind political/satirical band from Venice, Italy. Formed in 2011, they started as a side project by Gianluca Missero a.k.a. Hox of Hox Vox, then right after first single Turbogrind Terrorizers entered the band Jason Kavanagh (also in awaycaboose and Cavity Pitch), Vince Gauthier (a.k.a. Corroded Master) and Neil Morrison.
They release via coop itsu jitsu netlabel and Hox Vox records"

This stuff is quite similar to "The Invasion Discography" by Gigantic Brain which I've posted here before, so I think you'll like it too. Moreover, it's licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 and freely available on Jamendo. And one more fact which made me interested about this project: they've credited the Rock In Opposition movement as one of their main sources of inspiration. Grindcore/RIO crossover? Sounds nice.

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