Release date: 25-05-2007,
By: Wouter van de Kamp
Roughly speaking grindcore can come in two flavors:
1. Extremely fast brutal and technical
Excrementory obviously goes for category 2. This Hannover (GER) based band treats
your ears on German Schlager music and popmusic, but performed in their very
own way: rewriting the lyrics and of course making grind out of this genre that
(almost) any metalhead will disgust.
On their latest release they even bring an ode to the biggest hit “No Limits”
of Dutch eurodanceact from the nineties 2 Unlimited. Translated to Grindfuckerslanguage
you get “Nein, Kein Grindcore”. “Grindcore Party” is their
version of “Fight For Your Right to Party” from the Beasty Boys. This
brilliantly produced album shows once again that this quartet consists of allround
musicians. You’ll find them performing rap, schlager, metal (in its many forms),
falsettos, grunts and much more. If you had enough of all the straightforward
noise producing metalbands this is definately a must.
Like a true grindcore band they only make songs of longer than 3 minutes if
they really have to. Putting in many different samples, children’s voices and
the almost obligatory “Haribo macht Kinder froh”-commercial tune they
continually surprise you and make you laugh. Their lyrics fit in very neatly.
The fith track for example, called Heimscheißer (the person that takes
a dump at home) is about not being able to take a shit anywhere else but at
home. And songtitles like Fäkal-Kardinal (fecal cardinal) and Samballerei
(Something with sambal) only predict much worse. Nevertheless, this 74 minute
album containing 99 tracks (37 real songs. I will leave it up to you to find
out what the others are) is a breath of fresh air through your room. Take my
advice and go and get it!