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Tracklist

A1 Two More Classes Until Blackout Weekend
A2 Iron Pigs
A3 Voice Of Rage And Ruin
A4 Digging Holes And Shitting Glitter
B1 Dead Rednecks
B2 God Is Stuck In A Black Hole
B3 Curse Breeder

Credits

  • Recorded By – William Hesser

Notes

Recorded in July & December 2007.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GHR004 Mammoth Grinder Rage + Ruin ‎(Cass, Ltd) Ghosthunt Records GHR004 US 2008
DRR-001 Mammoth Grinder Rage And Ruin ‎(12", Ltd, Tou) Depleted Resource DRR-001 US 2008


Mammoth Grinder - Rage And Ruin FLAC album

Musician performer: Mammoth Grinder

Title: Rage And Ruin

Country: US

Date of release: 2008

Style: Punk, Hardcore, Doom Metal

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1922 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 607

Other Formats: VOC WAV MPC MP4 MOD VQF MIDI

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Nea
So I'll admit it. When I stumbled upon Mammoth Grinder, I thought I knew what to expect. With a name like Mammoth Grinder, a big menacing pointy logo, some album artwork on another release depicting a corpse being mangled by meat hooks, I was expecting a grindy, death metal-esque album full of tremolo picking guitars, blast beats and songs about bodily mutilation and what not. Which is fine because I love that shit. And lets be honest, I know it's stupid to judge things by the cover, but in the underground music scene, when you see band with a certain style of font and gruesome imagery, more often than not, you're gonna get some grindcore or death metal. It's not rocket science, its all pretty straight forward. Look at any Cannibal Corpse or Cattle Decapitation album cover. I know, I know, stupid of me to make assumptions. How wrong was I? Very wrong. It's rare to come across an album this musically diverse. It's really quite amazing. Speedy hardcore punk, slow, pummeling doom metal, massive gang vocals and just a touch of southern sensibility. It has it all and it blends so well together. The first time I finished listening to Rage and Ruin, I thought it was so damn good, I listened to it again. If this album is any representation of how their other releases sound, I will definitely be picking them up as soon as possible.
Nea
So I'll admit it. When I stumbled upon Mammoth Grinder, I thought I knew what to expect. With a name like Mammoth Grinder, a big menacing pointy logo, some album artwork on another release depicting a corpse being mangled by meat hooks, I was expecting a grindy, death metal-esque album full of tremolo picking guitars, blast beats and songs about bodily mutilation and what not. Which is fine because I love that shit. And lets be honest, I know it's stupid to judge things by the cover, but in the underground music scene, when you see band with a certain style of font and gruesome imagery, more often than not, you're gonna get some grindcore or death metal. It's not rocket science, its all pretty straight forward. Look at any Cannibal Corpse or Cattle Decapitation album cover. I know, I know, stupid of me to make assumptions. How wrong was I? Very wrong. It's rare to come across an album this musically diverse. It's really quite amazing. Speedy hardcore punk, slow, pummeling doom metal, massive gang vocals and just a touch of southern sensibility. It has it all and it blends so well together. The first time I finished listening to Rage and Ruin, I thought it was so damn good, I listened to it again. If this album is any representation of how their other releases sound, I will definitely be picking them up as soon as possible.