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Cold Turkey 01:58
Unfeeling 04:17


"This ripper of a split 7″ opens up with Ill Neglect’s “Cold Turkey”, a violent and barely restrained serving of grind that warms up the crowd for their next track, “Permanent Euphoria”. It’s difficult to adequately describe the ignorant swagger the band presents on “Permanent Euphoria”, but allow me to try: Imagine Weekend Nachos with bounce riffs. It’s fucking awesome. Hitting the flip side of this wax is Lambs, a band as intense as they are hard to pin down. “You, The Drawback”, their first track on the Trisma, is a snarling number that is equal parts mathcore and Nails. Closer “Unfeeling” rockets forth, an inferno of metallic hardcore hatred and pneumatic drill guitar riffs before bursting forth a hard-edged atmosphere that would be a welcome listen for Deftones fans." (Toilet ov Hell - Germany)

"Lo split è uno strumento multitasking: serve a due o più band a farsi conoscere dal rispettivo pubblico, ad aggiornare il proprio sound, a “tenere calda” l’audience in vista di future uscite. A tutti questi scopi serve Trisma, in cui i tedeschi Ill Neglect e gli italiani Lambs propongono due inediti ciascuna. Gli Ill Neglect, attivi dal 2012 e con alle spalle un EP nel 2015, praticano un grindcore dalle tinte cangianti, talvolta pendente verso lidi death e doom/sludge. Nei due brani di questo split il quartetto di Trier segue queste coordinate, cercando, con discreto successo, di sganciarsi dall’ortodossia del grind di matrice americana (“Ill Neglect” è il titolo di una canzone dei Brutal Truth). Dei due pezzi abbiamo apprezzato in particolare “Permanent Euphoria”, con il suo finale fangoso. Seconda uscita anche per i romagnoli Lambs, che dopo il buon esordio con l’EP Betrayed from Birth, pubblicato nel 2015, hanno decisamente affinato il proprio suono. Dal blackened crust, quadrato e malvagio, della prima release (parzialmente affine, per fare un nome, ai compianti Gaza), la band si è evoluta verso progressioni isteriche, quasi math, che ci hanno talvolta ricordato i folli inglesi Sikth; questo in particolare nel primo dei due brani, “You, the Drawback”, mentre “Unfeeling” propone un’atmosfera più “sludge”, pur mantenendo le medesime dissonanze disturbanti. Anche le linee vocali si sono distanziate, almeno in parte, dalla pura e semplice – ma ovviamente ben gradita – ferocia del primo EP. Per entrambe le band si tratta di un buon antipasto per le future prove sulla lunga distanza, che ci auguriamo siano dietro l’angolo. Se siete appassionati delle sonorità citate, tenete d’occhio questi due nomi." ( - Italy)

"You gotta love fucked up punk rock splits. ILL NEGLECT and LAMBS reflect something we have all come to love.
There is something twisted about their latest joint offering, 'Trisma' that is hard to ignore and which inspires you to dig ever deeper.
These bands hit that killer cross section of sludge, crust punk, black metal and grindcore that makes you squirm with joy.
It's easy to get lost in what the band has done and you find yourself pulling apart sonic highways that represent a sort of demented reality that few of us could ever ignore." ( - USA)

"Sludgy, monolithic riffs coupled with pounding drums on Cold Turkey start off the Ill Neglect side of split. The band wastes no time before they unleash blast beat aided sharp grinding riffs. Alternating between rapid bursts of abrasive grindcore riffs and compelling sludge grooves, this track offers quick tempo shifts which gives their sludge / grind sound a very chaotic flavour. There is a stronger hardcore tinge in the infectious groove of follow up Permanent Euphoria. Ill Neglect inject little spurts of grind before slowing things down and locking into a skull crushingly heavy groove, which eventually ends with words from Terrence Mckenna. Compared to the alternating sludge / grind style of the first half, Lambs ‡ have a slightly more technical riff work that delivers some sharp cuts. The staccato riffs that open You, the Drawback are a good example of this. Lambs ‡ also have a more atmospheric, post-hardcore tinge to their sound. The band tends to progressively increase the level of chaos in the riffs eventually culminating in an atmosphere rich climax. Unfeeling gets a more blackened start before the mind bending chaos in the riff work makes an appearance once again. Even when the band slows things down, the dissonant guitar work tends to create a sort of cerebral chaos in the listener’s mind." (Trascending Obscurity - India)


released January 13, 2017

Recorded and mixed at Ear We Go Studio (Belgium) and Soundscape Studio (Italy) // Mastered by Brad Boatright (AUDISIEGE - PORTLAND, USA) // Artwork by STRX

Released via Wooaaargh, Drown Within Records, 5 Feet Under Records, Abekeit, AAIP, Earthquake Terror Noise and Hackebeil Records.


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