'Seasons Are Going And Going... And Lives Goes On'
Review By Jerry Kahale
Genre/s: Noisecore, Grindcore, Experimental, Noisegrind
For fans for: Sete Star Sept, Gore Beyond Necropsy, Seven Minutes Of Nausea, Penis Geyser
to be confused with the Swedish hardcore band of the same name (they're
pretty good too if you like to listen to a band that made a particular pioneering style of hardcore ahead of its time that has since been homogenized to death by modern bands), This Final Exit hail from Japan and are perhaps the underdogs of the Japanese noisegrind scene but that doesn't make them any less special, infact quite the contrary. Have you ever at one point while listening to blistering grindcore thought to yourself "Hmm, it would be nice if i
could listen to some slow acoustic music or maybe some happy clappy
rock, maybe some Dick Dale inspired surf music or hey maybe some Iron
Maiden or Complex to boot" then these grind maestros probably
overheard you and did exactly that.
"Seasons..." is delivered in around
10 minutes at break neck speeds constantly switching between noise and
music faster than the Australian weather (heyoooooo relevant lame
humor), this is for anyone that loves their reprehensible noisy grind with a polygamous marriage to a clusterfuck of other guitar centric genres.
6. June (Ace's High)
9. September (Be My Baby)