Collision Releases “Sweet Vermin” From The Final Kill

Heavy metal and grindcore hybrid Collision decided to split up last August, but went into the studio two months later to record their remaining songs as a mini-album entitled The Final Kill which showcased the evolution of their 1980s-era mix of genres.

In October, the band descended on Toneshed Recording Studio to lay down seven tracks of speed metal, heavy metal, stadium rock, and grindcore mixed into one high-speed voice, then added a bonus track in the form of a cover of SOD’s “Kill Yourself” that appears only on the vinyl version of this EP.

Tracklist
1. Sweet Vermin
2. Intense Infestation
3. Shattered Glass And Severed Heads
4. Engine Of Extermination
5. Shell Shock Suicide
6. Frozen In Terror
7. Savage Executioner
8. Kill Yourself (S.O.D. cover, vinyl/bandcamp bonustrack)

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3 thoughts on “Collision Releases “Sweet Vermin” From The Final Kill

  1. Vomit says:

    The way the logo and fonts look is so modernly lazy and gay looking I refuse to listen to this band. Also Vaginal Jesus and Anal Cunt are the only good grindcore bands, the genre is a haven for SJW faggotry like Brutal Truth and bands with mentally damaged female cunts in them making roaring noises while beta fatboys act like they’re excited to “see a lady tearing it up”.

    1. Awaiting AIDS 2.0 says:

      The whole cover is cashing in on the “modern retro” trend.

    2. thomasw says:

      Blood’s Hagios Penthane and Dead Infection’s A Chapter of Accidents are strong grindcore LPs…

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