Blissfucker is the fourth studio album by the American grindcore/crust punk band Trap Them. It was released on June 10, 2014. It is the first album to feature their new bassist, Galen Baudhuin (Infera Bruo), and drummer Brad Fickeisen (No Salvation, ex-The Red Chord). Like their 2011 release, Darker Handcraft, it will also be released on Prosthetic Records.
Trap Them were an American grindcore band based in Boston, Massachusetts and Seattle, Washington. Trap Them's influences include hardcore punk bands, such as Black Flag, Born Against, and Tragedy; metal bands like Dismember and Entombed (whose "buzzsaw" guitar tone create the main guitar sound for Trap Them), and experimental bands like Swans. Ryan McKenney's lyrics tend to deal with issues both personal and political, while recent material has also contained a conceptual element to its lyricism
Darker Handcraft by Trap Them, released 15 March 2011 1. Damage Prose 2. Slumcult & Gather 3. Every Walk a Quarantine 4. Evictionaries 5. All by the Constant Vulse 6. Sordid Earnings 7. The Facts 8. Saintpeelers 9. Manic in the Grips 10. Sovereign Through the Pines 11. Drag the Wounds Eternal 12. Scars Align. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Album Name Darker Handcraft. Data de lançamento 01 Março 2011. Labels Prosthetic Records. Produced by Kurt Ballou. Estilo de MúsicaCrust. Membros têm este álbum13. 1. Day Forty Two: Damage Prose. 2. Day Forty Four: Slumcult & Gather.
Trap Them is breakneck at all times, pulling no punches and taking no breaks. They are unbridled anger masquerading as music. In the thirty-one minutes from start to finish, you are thrown about, disoriented, and taken on a terrifying rollercoaster ride through the depths of hell. You are given nary a chance to breathe, as the fear of your legs being taken out from under you pervades the album. There is also a very sinister edge to the whole thing, as if the album is dripping with Danzig’s blood. Until the last track, there is no point where things lighten up, or slow down
Their newest album, "Darker Handcraft", swims in straightforward, simple waters. Play heavy crust/grind. Their style is somewhat similar to fellow Seattle band Sanctum, but the songwriting on this album dwarfs that band. Every song has a hook, a catch, and a build-up to a tremendous explosion. I suppose Trap Them are at heart a hardcore band. The songs are fast and occasionally threaten to leave the listener with bleeding ears. 2008s Seizures in Barren Praise was a demolition derby set to music and Trap Them became a regular on my playlist. Now, 3 years later Darker Handcraft sees the band hit its absolute musical peak. The songs are furious and razor sharp but at the same time this is also the most diverse album the band has put together yet.
|1||Day 42 - Damage Prose||2:37|
|2||Day 44 - Slumcult And Gather||3:23|
|3||Day 41 - Every Walk A Quarantine||2:55|
|4||Day 43 - Evictionaries
Vocals [Additional] – Kevin Baker
|5||Day 32 - All By The Constant Vulse||3:30|
|6||Day 34 - Sordid Earnings||1:33|
|7||Day 33 - The Facts||3:23|
|8||Day 35 - Saintpeelers||1:15|
|9||Day 46 - Manic In The Grips||0:58|
|10||Day 37 - Sovereign Through The Pines||1:36|
|11||Day 47 - Drag The Wounds Eternal||2:35|
|12||Day 36 - Scars Align||4:29|
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