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Holland's Lärm was a band that had something for everybody: sincere leftist politics, a strong straight edge philosophy, a lighthearted, humorous attitude, and most importantly devastating music played at never-before-heard speeds. They played "extreme noise" style: short, fast, and out of tune. The band known as Lärm evolved from other projects sometime around 1984. The line-up was Olav on drums, Paul on guitar, Jos on bass, and Dorien on vocals. The three boys had previously been in a band called… read more

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  • You can describe quite a lot so called Powerviolence-stuff basically as speed-up Crust.
  • Proper drinkin' music.
  • Люблю иногда их послушать.
  • Powerviolence is nothing like crust OR grindcore. And Lärm isn't rrrly powerviolence, they're basically the archetypal thrashcore band that every fast hardcore band since then has taken cues from. Grindcore, powerviolence, whatever. Lärm did it and every band after took a part of their sound and turned it into a genre. You can see a direct linneage from Lärm to Infest to Capitalist Casualties, or from Lärm to Siege to Napalm Death.
  • madness
  • ants larmstrong
  • "powerviolence is just a way some people have decided to call Crust instead of, oh I don't know, Crust." whaaaaaaat??
  • Rust zacht.

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