Test still goes on testing new ways of exploring extreme music. On their new album called ‘Jogo Humano’ (Human Game, in a free translation) the experimental grind duo grouped 54 songs that works in no particular order. Each one of them is titled with a word. You can combine them to compose a sentence that in the end could be the name of a song. Better: it’s a music made with the song pieces Test gave to you!
Forget comparisons, forget Xmal Deutschland, forget post-punk, death rock, goth and experimental music. Rakta are one of a kind and the only inhabitant of their native planet where the ambient sound is the jubilation of black witches gathering, dancing to the roar of a collapsing world. On the new record “Falha
Heavy music comes in many different forms, and it can be more challenging then any other form of music. Case in point is Brazil’s Jesus Cremoso whose musical compositions have more creative courage than an Evel Knievel stunt. His music is complex and changes sonic shapes within seconds. Every time you listen
HUEY is a Brazilian band that channels an amalgam of weighty influences in an instrumental sound that sometimes hits you in the face, and at others seems to cherish your skin. And this is possible, not only but mainly, because of the vast range of music references that the quintet
Sweden might have Anti-Cimex and Japan might have Disclose, but Brazil has Besthöven, the one-man drunken army. And that’s saying a lot because Crust Punk usually isn’t the kind of music that spawns lasting bands, least of all one that plays and records non-stop for 20 years. Of course, listening
It can be a test of perseverance and a little bit of stubbornness create a band that bets in an extreme sound. But Test, a grind/death duo with hints of punk/hardcore from São Paulo (Brazil) make it happen with their desire to burst your ears with relentless machinery drums, piercing