Sunday 4 February 2024


For fans ofGxlliam!, Meth., Live Longer Burn Everything, Mercy Ties, My Condolences, Loftus, Fallingwithscissors, Me And Him Call It Us, .gif from god, Infant Island, Dreamwell, and Onewaymirror.
GenresPunk / Hardcore / Metallic Hardcore / Emo / Screamo / Skramz / Emo-violence / Grindcore / Noise / Black Metal / Experimental
Related artists?.
CountryPort Huron, Michigan U.S.A.
Years Active2023-present
Label(s): Self released

     This EP was just released and I think fans of this blog will dig it. Heavy screamo, bit o' hardcore, some black metal, and noise. After a jarring introduction the opening track opens up to a chaotic battlefield at around the two-minute mark featuring some insane drumming and a most excellent transition at 2:20, all of which gives me some Gxlliam! and Infant Island 'Sepulcher'-era material. "I Feel Like a Jesse Pinkman Shirt" is next and after a lulling intro goes straight into pummeling mode, reminding me a bit of Dreamwell and Amitie with lightning drums. You can find the slowest stuff and some clean vox on the third jam, which dips more into emo than the heavier songs. "Floccinaucinihicrucification" is full of speed and decimating panic chords that actually brings to mind the almighty Loftus and newer bands like Fallingwithscissors. Closer "Abuse Repression" clocks in at a whopping 6:26 and is arguably the bands' most experimental and all-encompassing track, and with the dark vibe and nightmare sounds it reminds of Meth.. You've also got hilarious song titles such as "The Number Thirteen Looks Like Bob" (after the band The Number Twelve Looks Like You), "I Feel Like a Jesse Pinkman Shirt" (a Breaking Bad reference), and "This Actually Is My First Rodeo" (that's just funny).



2024 - Abuse Regression digital EP (stream/donate/download here)


(2024) ABUSE REPRESSION - "Floccinaucinihicrucification" (from 'Abuse Regression')

(2024) ABUSE REPRESSION - "Abuse Repression" (from 'Abuse Regression')

(2024) ABUSE REPRESSION - "I Feel Like a Jesse Pinkman Shirt" (from 'Abuse Regression')


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