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Bury Your Dead

Inimical 4

Released on June 12, 2004

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The first full length release from Seattle's purveyors of Blackout Grind. More raw than the new release on Alternative Tentacles, but still as brutal. Raging hardcore grind.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mental Health Whitewash  8%
2 Ego Voted #2  25%
3 Soulless Voted #3  17%
4 The F Is For Fuck You  0%
5 Fuck Tbn  0%
6 And It Continues  0%
7 Reclaim  0%
8 Untitled  0%
9 Time To Act  0%
10 Human Tragedy Voted #1  50%
11 Bury Your Dead  0%
12 Track 66- Skitsystem Cover  0%
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Alex from West Olive, MI 
Nov 29 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i got this because i heard that it was like choking victim. the whole ska/punk/metal thing. i knew there was some grind too. its almost all grind. theres one song that ska/punk/grind. but the cd is still pretty good. i dont listen to much grind but i like it and its a good price for it. i would say get it if you want some really fast heavy music for cheap. i like it. im not crazy about it but it was worth it.

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Alex from Minot, ND 
Jul 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Usually I'm not a big fan of crust/grind bands. They often sound the same and the lyrics often mirror each other. Skarp is something else though. Maybe its the female vocals or the addicting riffs and drum beats but I really love this band. This album is a little more raw than there release on Alternative Tentacles, but good none the less. I'd say buy it, it's only $8, plus the cover is a Ralph Steadman painting (he did illustrations and paintings for some of Hunter S. Thompsons books).

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