Expulsion are a self-proclaimed grindcore band who rarely grind on their debut crossover thrash album Nightmare Future.
Nightmare Future mostly consists of bogstandard pizza thrash tracks that all adhere to a verse chorus verse rock ‘n’ roll song structure. This album is more of a mediocre local scenester hardcore punk by numbers album than a death metal one. The urgency and melodic sensibility of Repulsion‘s Horrified is nowhere to be found. The sole “highlight” is ripping off Motorhead for one track. Thankfully as poseur grind, Night Future is quickly and violently expelled from both your digestive system and this reviewer.
Tags: Crossover, crossover thrash, expulsion, metalcore, nightmare future, relapse, relapse records, repulsion, review, thrash metal
3 thoughts on “Expulsion – Nightmare Future (2017)”
Barely 15 minutes of music sold as a full-length album? Relapse records once released Incantation albums (good ones), but now… Nightmare future indeed.
“Expulsion are a self-proclaimed grindcore band who rarely grind …”
I bursted out laughing at this!
This bands sounds like Toxic Holocaust, Carnivore, Motorhead, and has practically zero grind to it. Supreme Pizza metal. Has none of the primitively musical and arbitrary winding riffs of actual grindcore. It all sounds too easily digestible.
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