77 Shouts - 146,621 Scrobbles
Seattle's SKARP goes straight for the throat with no mercy. Their pitiless core is as apt to plod as it is to shred but they sure seem more at home when they are fucking out the jams. SKARP seems to be an excellent (maybe even archetypal) example of extreme music after 80s and 90s crust was ingested by grind and power violence and regurgitated for a new millennium. Lyrically the band backs up their louder-than-hell sound with classic rants against a multitude of "isms" and biases. This is a first class example of the extremities of the extreme.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Requiem - (4:54) - 224 plays
- Soulless - (2:23) - 213 plays
- Cold Blue Serenity - (4:22) - 155 plays
- Reclaim - (2:24) - 164 plays
- Intro - (1:30) - 128 plays
- Turn Away - (3:37) - 158 plays
- Feed the Addiction - (2:11) - 146 plays
- Industrialized - (3:43) - 135 plays
- Carrion - (2:30) - 126 plays
- Fuck Your Bad Day - (2:30) - 166 plays
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