Posted in dance | metal on June 19, 2013

Chris of Mammoth Grinder at Chaos in Tejas, June 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Hatred Surge

Mammoth Grinder are back with a vengeance on Underworlds, due via 20 Buck Spin on July 23. The new LP is the brainchild of the busiest man in Austin, Chris Ulsh, packed with 29-minutes of crossover/d-beat/old school death metal vitriol. Its a lean yet brutal effort, and rewarding through multiple listens. Recommended.

Check out the new track "Paragon Pusher" from the LP, and the the Joe Petagno art (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, too many Motorhead covers to count) over at Invisible Oranges.

If you missed it, you can also check out recent streams from some of Ulsh's other undertakings, including Power Trip and Hatred Surge at IO as well.

Mammoth Grinder stream below...




Comments (5)

All his bands are great. Just great.

Posted by Anonymous | June 19, 2013 10:49 AM

Mammoth Grinder sounds like my neighbor when he comes home from work. Lucky for him, I don't believe in reporting domestic violence.

Posted by Karina | September 25, 2013 3:40 AM

I'm drowning out in a pool of disease. Too weak to struggle between. The impending fortune that hangs over me. Sentence to hell.

Posted by Sonia | June 3, 2014 7:06 AM

Cool story. Besides the really bad comparisons, I understand what you are getting at. Obviously I thought that the OP was smart enough that he deserved better than: "Thanks for pointing out the obvious, junior! Influential albums are influential- wait until I tell the internet about this one!".

Posted by Gaulin | October 5, 2014 10:43 AM

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