21:08 - !J.O.O.E.! To be totally honest when it comes to Bandcamp these days I only click on something if the artwork appeals to me. Seems to be a decent system.
21:05 - Netzach I don't care if the NSA knows what kind of music I listen to, tbh ;)
21:03 - Apothecary It's a very "roll of the dice" type of feature, you never know what you'll get but there's always a potential for you to find more good music
21:03 - Apothecary The tags can definitely be useless, but that all comes down to you. I click on the drone tag on one band's page, for example? Sometimes I find really good, quality shit, sometimes I find stuff that shouldn't even be labeled drone
21:00 - Redn1ght I would rather trust NSA build software to not track me than use Google. :p
21:00 - !J.O.O.E.! That's weird, I've never had that. For a while I had issues with it only playing one song at a time off my hard drive and not playing another after it. They spend too much time messing around with new clients / designs / features.
20:59 - Zaphod Using spotify is basically the equivalent of the nutbeating James Bond received in Casino Royale. I agree about Bandcamp tags being somewhat useless though. Still prefer Bandcamp by miles.
01. Septic Premonitions (Intro) 02. Womb Of Horrors 03. Ghastly 04. The Flesh Mechanic 05. Rendered Into Lard [feat. Trevor Strnad] 06. Omen Of Disease 07. The Docking Dead 08. Give Me The Bottom Half 09. Predacious Poltergeist 10. Blood Gullet 11. Carnage Genesis 12. Choked Out And Castrated 13. Incinerated [2013 version] 14. Grindbox [Live In San Francisco] 15. He Was Raped [Live In San Francisco]
Excellent album. Some very brutal and sometimes technical death metal here, though you have to try hard to find variation in some aspects of the band's sound. The vocals and drum rhythms are more or less the same all the way through, but the guitar and bass work is extremely well-executed, specifically on 'Ghastly', the title track and 'The docking dead'. I didn't realize this band were around for as long as they have been either.