(DL53) NOMATRIX - FUTURE HATE SPLIT

2 bands, 1 record!  2 units I have dealt with before, 1 opinion coming your way.  I like the ethos of split CD's, I like the ethos of Deadlamb Records and so far, I have enjoyed what I have heard from these 2-outfits.  I am not wasting time here - tis the music what matters, have a slice of this then.

Future Hate are a tempestuous band with a great gusto and a devouring accent. They hail from Mobile, Alabama and spit forth their noise with great punked venom and really make for a confounding cacophony to be reckoned with.  ' A Curse From Heaven' quickly spurts, spirals and throws a tantrum.  The opening thrustings are brattish and snotted with a fair threat brandished.  The song picks-up the impetus, thuds forth a good hateful and barbed attack with all intricacies both acute and in-line with the growing unease.   The structure of the song is not strictly orthodox, the band do what they do in their own style, there is a wonderful disgruntled unsettlement here - I am involved.  The second fist fuck up your oh so susceptible tender parts 'Comes In Waves' - a thrashing sub-sexy explosion of hormonal animal happening.  The loins of the lilt are worked with ardour, the inner system of sound is battered, clattered by held in line by some solid musical marksmanship.  The siren at the fore has a lovely snarl, the band compliment with a great slam and grind effect that really gets all juices flowing.  Of the two songs proffered I think this is my favourite - just!

Nomatrix come from the Emerald Isle, are a long-term crew with a fine DIY attitude.  The first offering puked up here is the neatly packaged onslaught of 'Vanity'.  The song rises on bubbling bass and builds a doom-laden intent before scatter-twatting with great haste and much disgust at the general 'me, me' situation out there.  Many only think of self and then throw in the odd token gesture to give the appearance of caring and being empathetic whilst all the while the scheme to get noted continues.  I like this terse burst of acidity, I like the switch in impetus and the contrast in the approach, Nomatrix still refuse to get entangled by unnecessary bollocks – I also like that.  The bands second offering is mid-paced, buzzes with enthusiasm, has a self-perpetuating gumption that sees the song move with decent liquidity.  There could have been an extra spark thrown in here I feel, but the band no doubt know best and I for one am finding nothing serious to gripe about.  The string work cuts to the core, the skin molestings are ravenous and the gob has the distinct accent I have come to know and love.  Not a bad do at all and completing a terse double injection of sonic goodness.

4 songs from 2 bands that complement each other and help spread one another's word.  I think they should do this all over again, maybe get another band in the mix.  My advice is to make it 3-way split and encourage a few others to do the same and then all swap, share and contribute to the end DIY approach - why the Hell not? 

Review by Fungalpunk



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