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Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse - Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse album mp3
Performer:
Asthma Atttaq
Album:
Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse
Style:
Hardcore, Punk, Experimental
Released:
2004
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1215 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1762 mb
WMA vers. size:
1114 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
582

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Rockabilly Originals.

South Florida’s Asthma Atttaq is a relatively young band that follows in the footsteps of bands like Lightning Bolt. In an effort to bring creativity to a generally shallow music scene, AA unloads an assault of illogical drumming and deafening screams. On Breathe Heavy, they take advantage of a decent recording and produce technical insanity. I’ll be interested to see how Asthma Attaq chooses to approach their next album. The basic skills and structures are definitely in place right now; I think this band just needs to figure out how to balance the metal/screamo elements of their sound. so the translation is a bit poor.

Asthma Atttaq updated their cover photo. 3 March 2012 ·. Asthma Atttaq. 1 August 2010 ·. Anyone want to hear two extremely rough demo tracks for two songs that never got completed? Asthma Atttaq.

Dirty South Apocalypse were a hardcore band from Sarasota, Florida. All the tracks in 'The First 4 Weeks' were recorded by "Gainesville Sound" creator, Rob McGregor at Goldentone Studios in 2002-03(?). Shortly after these recordings, Chuck Livid and DSA parted ways over creative differences. released March 14, 2014.

Tracklist

Asthma Atttaq Do Not Remove This Tag
Asthma Atttaq Always Ending With A Bang
Asthma Atttaq I Don't Care If She's Ms/Hairless America, I'm Spoken For
Asthma Atttaq Five Years And I've Never Been Shocked
Dirty South Apocalypse Cleansing Of A Conscious Man
Dirty South Apocalypse Teeth Through The Beams
Dirty South Apocalypse The Grand Finale Part
Dirty South Apocalypse Kindly Sewn Eyes

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FEB-004 Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse - Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse ‎(LP) Forever Escaping Boredom FEB-004 US 2004
FEB-004 Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse - Asthma Atttaq / Dirty South Apocalypse ‎(LP, Cle) Forever Escaping Boredom FEB-004 US 2004
  • Slowly writer
I had never heard of either of these two bands before I picked this up, but it sounded intriguing from the description on the Ebullition list so I figured what the heck. My copy even lurks within a screenprinted cloth cover. Aces! I'll deal with Asthma Atttaq first, possibly because I have been stricken with that breathing disorder (or whatever) for so many years. AA's side starts off with weird electronic experimentation, but doesn't progress that way. Once they've dispensed with that, they jam out screechy screamy emo stuff - always sounding on the verge of collapsing and falling apart. Lots of rampaging guitar and a pair of guys shrieking and so forth. The band is actually only a two piece, but they make a ferocious racket in the process, I guess not so disimilar to how Anton Boardman achieved the same results. Its all very frantic and chaotic. Good stuff. The last song starts off as really good emo stuff similar to Die, Emperor! Die! with nice twinkly bits and melodies, before it goes all haywire and spazzed. Some super pretty twinkles in this, its probably my favourite song on here. Dirty South Apocalypse take over after that and play some appropriately dirty hardcore. It rumbles ominously with harsh vocals and big chunky roars. I am not overly familiar with this style but DSA sound good enough to my untrained ears. They are pumelling and unrelenting, never easing off the power, except for the occasional moment between tracks or when they want to get all doomy and broody. Crunch Crunch Crunch. Although - there is one track that they do totally change pace on, the last one - a slower, more emo effort that totally kicks my arse. Great stuff! Damn solid DIY hc split. Worth a look if you are into these styles I reckon! - Collective Zine