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Intercourse – Egyptian Democracy – HeavyPop.at

by Oliver on February 3, 2024 in EP

By 2020, Intercourse The time was mainly distributed with EPs, since then two studio albums and individual singles have been planned. Now the quartet from Connecticut is returning Egyptian Democracy back to its original format.

After the second work Rule 36 In 2021 a little bit of the excellent reputation of Intercourse had scratched, understood Halo Castration Institute excellent for the necessary rehabilitation.
What kind of Egyptian Democracy but now only plays a minor role, the band steps away from the finale, which is based on a staccato riff The Knot as well as the person stepping on the brakes, Unsane-affinen Closer New England Bitter (which sounds a bit like Daughters an atmospheric, sludgy grunge Leaf drinker– areas suffering) but ostensibly press the accelerator pedal and chant about George Metesky a symbiosis of math/noise rock and galloping hardcore.
A bit like having Every Time I Die with Chat Pile (but with more gutter than industrial in their altered DNA) to channel their inner punks. Dirty, fast-paced and clunky in a ponderous way. How much cynical fun Intercourse to have this sexual act is not only in For The Love of Schadenfreude overly clear.

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