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Man Is The Bastard / Bleeding Rectum - Split

This classic 1992 release and 2013 reissue features one of the most underrated bands of all time within the H.C./punk underground: Bleeding Rectum. Hailing from Belfast, N. Ireland, Bleeding Rectum has core members from Pink Turds In Space (bass, drums, and guitar minus Anne on vocals) and a second, devastating, teenage lead guitarist, Marty, plus sickeningly, evil vocalist Roy (also known for his recent drumming for Amebix), Bleeding Rectum are the real deal in true, rogue, blitzing power, and form. They define hardcore punk with their unduplicatable musicianship and total system-hating lyrical concepts. By todays' standards, Bleeding Rectum slays the competition with the highest levels of rebellion and musical prowess. A must listen!

On their fifth release, Man Is The Bastard explore new liberating and socially aware territories though the classic line-up of Barnes (guitar/noise), Connell (drums), Kenyon (bass/vocals/lyrics) and Wood (bass/vocals/lyrics). Tracks range in length from under one minute (Idget Child) to over eight minutes (Infibulation) M.I.T.B.'s dual bass and drums nucleus, paired with the utter genius of Barnes' home made ""caveman electronics"", hold their own easily within the grooves of this platter and the Kenyon/Wood dual vocal compositions raise the bar to take hardcore to a new progressive level of writing. This is the height of the early stages of M.I.T.B. and tracks like Kai Lai, Sun of Thug, and Man Is The Bastard define the bands' passion beyond expectations.




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