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The Day Everything Became Nothing - Le Mort (7,5/10) - Australia - 2003

Genre: Grindcore
Label: No Escape
Playing time: 31:27
Band homepage: The Day Everything Became Nothing


  1. Revisionist
  2. Naked >mp3
  3. Subtext
  4. Horror
  5. Method
  6. Gravel
  7. Industry
  8. Blind
  9. Protect
  10. Mortem
The Day Everything Became Nothing - Le Mort

Maybe Iím just partial to this genre, but I find it strange how the number of bands that play this music continues to grow and yet it still isnít stale, unlike so many other outplayed sub-genres out there. Just as well though.


The first thing I think of when the words Australia and Grind is the mighty FUCKÖIíM DEAD and BLOOD DUSTER, so I was delighted to hear that THE DAY EVERYTHING BECAME NOTHING contained members of both.


Really, there are no surprises here. This thing is a beyond aggressive, sickening mess of music and Iíd be disappointed if it were anything less. The project borrows more from BLOOD DUSTERís groovy grind than it does from FUCKÖIíM DEADís skin peeling speed and while I would have preferred a bit of both, Iím still content with what Iíve got. (Online August 14, 2004)

Mark McKenna

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