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Incarnate - Drumcorps - Rmx Or Die

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  1. Goltigore
    Apr 24,  · The 10″ EP Rmx or Die made an appearance on Kriss Information, containing intense digital tracks constructed around examples of rings like Converge and On Broken Wings. Another Drumcorps 12″, Live and Regret, made an appearance on Jason Forrest’s Dick Rock and roll Disco label in , this time around containing songs sampling Botch and.
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  2. Meztik
    Oct 29,  · Spectre founded Drumcorps to synthesize the unlikely mix of electronic music production values and the raw power of American hardcore. The result is not for everyone, but to Drumcorps' devout fans, it delivers: Drumcorps shows are notoriously high-energy, cathartic affairs. read more.
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  3. Arashidal
    Sep 12,  · I could say i have a sort of love/hate relationship with grindcore, mostly because when its well made, it’s completely and utterly awesome, but most of the times its just an amalgam of noise and not in the good sense, also i could say i have the same feeling with electronic music in general, so when Aaron Specter‘s Drumcorps pulls this “Grist” saying it’s a mixing of grindcore and.
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  4. Mazugor
    Breakcore producer Aaron Spectre's full-length debut as Drumcorps paid tribute to his metal and hardcore roots, sampling bands like Converge and Cave In and mashing them up with his intense, precise jungle breakbeats and glitchy edits. The album was a breath of fresh air for both metal and electronic music, infusing the aggressive sounds with a sound system bass assault and distilling 9/
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  5. Arashizahn
    Grist is different enough from Aaron Spectre's previous work that he released it under the new moniker of Drumcorps. While Aaron Spectre's experience with drum'n'bass is evident in Grist, the album is a foray into incorporating real instruments into his pieces, and is almost easier to classify as a metal album instead of an electronica album.5/5(4).
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  6. Bale
    The 10" EP Rmx or Die appeared on Kriss Records, containing intense electronic tracks built around samples of bands like Converge and On Broken Wings. A second Drumcorps 12", Live and Regret, appeared on Jason Forrest's Cock Rock Disco label in , .
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