Where they from?
More like where SHE from, and she is very much from Houston, Texas. Did you know that most of Robocop was shot in Houston? Yeah, that’s right, a movie about a killer cyborg that takes place in a dystopian bleak hellscape of Detroit was actually filmed in Houston. That’s pretty bad. That’s like if the next Star Wars movie took place on a planet made of garbage and they filmed the whole thing in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Wow, I can’t believe how realistic of a scenario that is.
Why the hype?
One-person goregrind bands — let’s talk about. Most of the time these things are a disaster! Especially if there’s a drum machine involved, FORGET ABOUT IT! It’s like, how do you fuck up blast beats when you literally have a COMPUTER PROGRAM that can make drum beats FASTER THAN ANY HUMAN COULD?!
But not Pyosisified. Someone definitely got an A+ in their Agoraphobic Nosebleed course because the blasts here are quite face-melting, at times even broaching the ferocious territory of those Midwest hyper gore blast bands like Sulfuric Cautery and Deterioration. As with most gore-leaning grind, it lives or dies by the vocals and Bridget does not disappoint here, delivering a powerful performance that to me sounds brutal and eviscerating as fuck but something your stepmom would probably describe as “LIKE AN ELK BEING CUT IN HALF BY A CHAINSAW!”
Demo from 2020. I did not realize until about halfway through listening that this is a GUITARLESS musical project, which is fine since I think the bass tone is nailed so perfectly here, a difficult thing to accomplish in the world of grind (see: Napalm Death’s Scum for further reading). 2020 has seen society move past the need for a lot of the luxuries of the past, is guitar one of them? I say yes. From now on I want to go to Sam Ash and just see an endless line of people shredding bass and keyboard and the occasional sax and that’s it. SAY NO TO SIX STRINGS!