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Skarp

Requiem

Alternative Tentacles 339

Released on September 13, 2005

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Formed in 2000, as a band heavily influenced by CHOKING VICTIM (the pre-LEFTOVER CRACK ska-punks), SKARP quickly steered their ship into heavier, more turbulent waters, trading the ska elements for blast beats and precision crust riffs. A split EP with HUMAN ERROR in 2001 established the band¹s presence in the underground hardcore/crust scene and the band followed this release with an eponymous EP in early 2003. SKARP has toured heavily throughout the western US, and all over Canada. In 2004, while supporting their debut full-length, Bury Your Dead the band gigged exhaustively throughout Europe for the first time, including shows with AT label-mates LEFTOVER CRACK. The band crafted Requiem under the watchful eye of veteran producer Billy Anderson (NEUROSIS, LOGICAL NONSENSE, LUDICRA, SLEEP, etc.) creating a fearsome new aural assault to rival any current ³metal² band. SKARP¹s savage brand of grinding mayhem, known as blackout grind amongst the band¹s true believers, will strike a chord with all fans of crust, grind, hardcore and even some of the more virulent strains of metal.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Requiem  13%
3 Turn Away  3%
4 Industrialized Voted #3  17%
5 Soulless  0%
6 Cold Blue Serenity Voted #1  20%
7 The Plague  7%
8 Feed The Addiction Voted #2  20%
9 Carrion  0%
10 Reclaim  7%
11 One In Five  0%
12 Hooks  10%
13 Not A Human  0%
14 Fuck Your Bad Day  3%
15 Absence  0%
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Dan from Mosinee, WI 
Jan 8 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i bought this, not knowing shit about them, its super fuckin hard, and super fuckin gnarly, im usually all into punk, but these guys just float my boat, uy it, its worth the buck yo......

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Alex from West Olive, MI 
Jul 20 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

such a good album. way better than their first one. the vocals are soo good. people are surprised when i show this to them and tell them that the singer is a girl. i highly reccomend this for anyone who is into grind or any heavy fast music. ig you ever get a chance to see them do it. this was worth the money.

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Meagan from Turlock, CA 
Mar 1 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Skarp has the most brutal female vocals you will ever hear in your life! Loud and fast as hell. The cd has some super heavy crusty riffs too which are crazy intense.. oh n the drums are ridiculously amazing too! In grind we crust!

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Hayden from Jacksonville, FL 
Oct 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

im not that much of a crust fan or metal but skarp is sweet. they can actually play thier instruments. and the drums are fucking great. heavy and fast as shit. it gets me pretty pumped.

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Emmanuel from El Centro, CA 
Feb 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd has turned into one of my favorite albums. its really fast and the female vocals are insane. some of it sounds choking victim and nausea inspired BUT they are in no way the same. i give this a 5 for sure!









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