Disgust - _A World of No Beauty_
(Nuclear Blast, 1997)
by: Adrian Bromley (7 out of 10)
Managing to mix crust/grind metal, death metal, and punk rock into one heap of musical mayhem comes Disgust and their second release, _The World of No Beauty._ It ain't pretty at times, as the music seems to be scattered with multiple ideas, and the vocals seem very monotonous and stale for the most part, but the music does rampage on almost every track. It delivers solid blasts from an intense and vigorous rhythm section, and slick sounding guitars pour from each song with such might and intensity that we almost manage to forget about the adequate vocal stylings. Disgust features ex-members from such bands as Extreme Noise Terror and Motorhead (Wurzel from Motorhead plays guitar), which may conclude why the band has such a diverse musical agenda. While not the most intense or creative band out on the metal circuit, Disgust does deliver some heavy duty shots of experimentation that'll surely attract listeners.

(article published 9/4/1997)


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