Sunday, March 27, 2011

Pretty Little Flower is not exactly straight thrash, but sick and fast nonetheless. There's lots of variation on here which is great because of the large track selection. Full length albums, especially in genres that easily become monotonous, tend to get boring and need to be mixed properly to insure repeated listens so that you don't miss the real gems.This is a basically a discography of the band up to the CDs release which explains the long track list.
Having ex-members of Insect Warfare is no small feat, so these dudes really up their game. Think "Endless Execution..." era IW with that heavy thrashy Razor influence. Add some DRI, Discharge and Napalm Death as well as the bands covered, and you have an easy foundation of thrash grind. Speaking of covers, do enough bands really do sick Repulsion covers? The answer is no. These guys, ND and Nashgul. I digress. Circle pitting thrash is what we're talking about, no proto gore/grind/death. Most all the songs are fast and very hardcore influenced grinding thrash and I like it. Dig in.

Utter and complete, grindcore annihilation.

6 comments:

Alex Layzell said...

No wonder Pretty Little Flower sound like Insect Warfare, had no idea it was made up of former members.

Shanetera said...

Indeed, couldn't tell you who though.Gulf Coast Grind just spreads.

Andrew Childers said...

it's only frank the drummer (since they're a twosome). he's also in NIBIRU as well.

and apparently they hate the name pretty little flower. it's just plf now. i tried to interview them once and it fell apart cuz i think i pissed them off when i called them pretty little flower.

Shanetera said...

Makes sense to me. I know that they're commonly referred to PLF now. Pulverizing Lethal Force anyone?

Andrew Childers said...

maybe it's like mdc where it changes every album.

Shanetera said...

Haha, yeah man they're all from TX. Continuing the tradition.