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Does anyone remember Bile? Not the goregrind band, but the extreme gabba electronics outfit that were around a while back. I remember picking up one of their albums, accidently because I thought it was the aforementioned goregrind band, and been totally blown away by the contents. Well as extreme as they were, it’s nothing compared to Drugzilla’s latest offering: Siamese Beashts.

You regularly read in reviews “the soundtrack to the end of the world” but this could actually be it. Clearly coming from the same train of thought as Anaal Nathrakh, probably why their touring with them in May, this is the ultimate in aural terror, filled with black humour, social disgust and a drum machine set so fast it would make Scott Hull rethink his entire career.

There is absolutely no let up here, as even when the tracks slow down, the eerie sense that they’re building towards something more extreme than what came before is always there, and normally you’re right on the money with it. It’s the marmite of extreme albums, where you will either love it or hate it, you’ll never find a casual Drugzilla listener unless they’re in a coma or dead.

And even though the song titles point to a rather tongue in cheek approach (Swine Flu is Joke Flu) it’s merely a ruse to draw you into the apocalyptic world within.

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    noise? lolwut

    7 Jul 2012 Reply
  • Ash_1065

    'On paper Drugzilla sound good but live it is terrible, just formless noises which become boring and irritating.' - Go to a splittercore / speedcore party and say that, I guarantee it'll be the most intense experience of your life..

    7 May 2012 Reply
  • Zefirot666

    I saw them live in Manchester (they were support for Anaal Nathrakh). Interesting music! Who cares about the crowd!?

    20 May 2011 Reply
  • Ken_Oh

    Doesn't work too well in a live setting (does any electro-grind/industrial? I doubt it), but listening to it now it's actually quite enjoyable.

    19 May 2011 Reply
  • Filthy_Maggot

    Well in London the crowd was more confused then anything and to watch the looks on their faces was just priceless, regardless I really enjoyed the set and will buy some of his shit!

    17 May 2011 Reply
  • nagrom1981

    Absolutely fantastic set last night in Birmingham! Don't know what happened in Manchester, audience full of scene kids maybe?

    14 May 2011 Reply
  • Bloody-NightEye

    On paper Drugzilla sound good but live it is terrible, just formless noises which become boring and irritating. Very poor support for Annal Nathrakh. Most of the crowd at manchester lefted the venue til his set was over.

    8 May 2011 Reply

    I wouldn't go as far as saying that they "quickly became one of the biggest names in the extreme electronic music scene" but they got some brutal sounds and they're pretty funny. "Organs can be replaced, sessions can't be missed" = Great title.

    24 Mar 2011 Reply
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  • humanjigsaw666

    Awesome cunts!!!

    6 Feb 2008 Reply