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Track Premiere: Holy Grinder “End Terror”

Hailing from Toronto and Oshawa, ON, queer grinders Holy Grinder are on the verge of releasing their second album, Cult of Extermination on March 2nd. Premiering below is “End Terror,” a vicious blur of pulverizing grindcore that is only the sharpened point of the blade to come. This monstrous hyperspeed track is available for streaming below.

 

Cult of Extermination is about the never ending cycle of distrust, nihilism and destruction of mankind,” said bassist/vocalist Ei C on the EP. “The lyrical content ranges from the prevalence of terrorism in North America, poisonous communities and even the planet itself, which is now absolutely at a point of no return, environmentally-speaking. The first record really focused on destroying far-right ideologies and their perpetrators, this record is about destroying not only that, but everything else. There will never be peace and harmony as long as the human race exists as it is.”

 

 

Cult of Extermination will be available for streaming on Holy Grinder’s Bandcamp on March 2nd and on cassette and 7″ at a later date.

 

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