Saturday, April 18, 2020
History Of Grindcore Music
I posted this video below.
If I made the documentary I would have said that anything on Earache Records back around 1990 is automatically a bigger classic record.
Earache came from Sony Relativity, then they were on Columbia for a couple years. That automatically makes them bigger.
So Carcass/Napalm Death/Terrorizer(original)...would be bigger because they came from a Sony company, plus they were on Combat Records.
Relapse Records came from the tape trade list in the back of magazines in the classifieds and their grindcore bands like Repulsion and Brutal Truth worked at the record label or something they are all saying.
Those grindcore bands are self promoted at the record label they are saying, plus Repulsion has this record out and its origins are sketchy.
I mean it's supposed to be a classic but was released in the 1990's so no one ever heard of it it catalogs or magazines.
Carcass and Napalm Death are the main ones that came from Sony, those are the real actual classic bands.
Then Napalm Death is actually Terrorizer anyway, their guitarist went to Napalm Death.
So Terrorizer - World Downfall is actually Napalm Death, the next record after that is Napalm Death - Harmony Corruption in the sequence.
When Napalm Death's guitarist left he went to Carcass.
Then the Terrorizer guitarist joined Napalm Death...meaning he brought the Terrorizer songs with him and then they continued with it as the newer Napalm Death at the time releasing Napalm Death - Harmony Corruption as the follow up to Terrorizer - World Downfall, as far as the band members and guitar players go.