Archive for the Reviews Category

Black Metal & Brews’ Favorite Albums of 2014

The split tape with The Will of a Million was included on Black Metal & Brews favorite albums of 2014 list: “Ferocious and uncompromising, “Wrathfully Trodden” may […]

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Summoning Spirits: Patrick Hasson’s Year End List

Plague Seed was included on Summoning Spirits: Patrick Hasson’s Year End List: “Probably the most straightforward release on here. Grst follows up its “let’s make everyone jizz […]

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Things That Will Never Be Cool: Grst – Plague Seed

Plague Seed received mention on Things That Will Never Be Cool: “What Grst do so well is to combine the animal violence and grime of […]

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Stereogum: The Black Market: The Month In Metal – October 2014

Plague Seed was reviewed by The Black Market blog on Stereogum: “…the band’s new Plague Seed EP is a stunning showcase of their abundant talents, and […]

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Horn of Woe: Grst – Plague Seed

Plague Seed was reviewed by Horn of Woe: “…The contrast Grst creates between moments of mournful reflection and driving rage is exactly what separates them […]

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Fucked By Noise: Grst – Plague Seed

Plague Seed was reviewed by Fucked By Noise. “…as all sprawling DSBM greats have done, Grst manage to keep things interesting by having a clear […]

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Attila the Hun: Grst – Plague Seed

Plague Seed was mentioned on Attila the Hun. “Grst manage to find that perfect balance between melody and aggression, atmosphere and production, and technicality versus letting […]

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Attila the Hun: Grst – Fire Therein

Fire Therein was reviewed by Attila the Hun. “…OK, everyone knows how awesome and influential Weakling was right? I don’t really have to do the […]

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Western Lamb Presents: Grst Interview

Grst was interviewed by Western Lamb. “…For example, much of the music on Plague Seed was originally written so that it could be performed live […]

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Stereogum: Wolves In The Throne Room – “Celestite Mirror”

Fire Therein was cited in Stereogum’s review of Celestite. “…Grst deliver fairly straightforward versions of those two tracks, adding a few instrumental flourishes, but mostly […]

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