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Medic/Triac- Split 7” ~W/ FOIL INLAY COVERS!

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Medic/Triac- Split 7”.  Triac takes side A with three tracks of brutal motherfucking grind: Ripping screams, thick and pounding slow parts, insane speeds with perfect precision. The slower breaks are really intense and definitely beef up the writing to make the speed work and they have excellent use of tempo changes. Imagine Assück meets early Benümb meets mid-era Napalm Death. Medic follows on side B with two tracks mixing blazing grindcore speeds with some sludgy dissonance and hoarse vocal screams. It's sort of metalcore-ish in its tactful use of chaotic riffing with some caustic sonic textures. The record comes in an awesome sleeve with vibrantly colored cover art and the band logos are in red metallic foil inlays that are pretty unique looking.

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