Condemned To The System

by Nausea

supported by
Keenan Johnston
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Keenan Johnston With my most recent experience with Nausea prior to this LP being their 1992 "Tumor" demo, I was curious to hear how this release would shape up. Turns out these veterans have not lost their touch, grinding out half an hour of furious deathcrust that scraps the industrial influences present on the aforementioned demo in favour of a more cohesive attack. While Nausea may be overshadowed by Oscar Garcia's involvement with Terrorizer, this is leagues above said band's recent albums. Favorite track: Fuck The World.
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xhrl_ Why do I love this? The riff structures make sense, they function to move the theme of the songs; the songwriting is top notch. On this LP I am pleased to relay that Oscar & Co. are playing nothing fluffy and have stayed true to what worked over twenty-five years ago. The thematic aspects are contemporary and the driving, angry songs use the music to drive home the main ideas. Also, consider Oscar's vocals -- I've always thought Frank Mullen or Oscar Garcia would contend for the best DM vocals. Favorite track: Cries Of Pain.
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BILLBY With The voice of the mighty Terrorizer vocalist Oscar Garcia at the helm , you know this shit is gonna be good .. Favorite track: Freedom Of Religion.
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Los Angeles' Nausea, spearheaded by guitarist / vocalist Oscar Garcia, along with their sister band, Terrorizer (which also featured Garcia) helped define the Grindcore genre in the late 1980s. Now Garcia, along with long-time partner in crime Eric Castro (Majesty) have been joined by two new members: Bassist Alejandro CB (Pounder, Chemical Bitches) and guitarist Leon del Muerte (Murder Construct, ex-Exhumed, Phobia, Impaled, Intronaut) to unleash a ferocious new full-length album via Willowtip Records: “Condemned To The System”. The album was recorded by Sean Vahle, (DIS, Phobia, Exhumed, Murder Construct, Intronaut) and mixed/mastered by Alejandro Corredor (Inquisition, Exhumed, Enslaved). The new album will feature a slew of new grinders like “…And We Suffer” and “Hate and Deception”, alongside vintage and unreleased tracks like “Falsely Accused” and “Does God Need Help?”. The band has been very active in the live arena for the past 3 years, performing at the Maryland Death Fest, Power of the Riff Fest, shows alongside Repulsion, Nails, Nasum, and most recently a European Tour that included a headlining spot at Bloodshed Fest in Holland, Hell Inside Fest, and Dresden Metal Fest in Germany. Next year the band is scheduled to play Mexico and Europe again. With their strongest line-up to date and proper label support, Nausea are ready to reclaim the legendary status that is rightfully theirs.


released January 7, 2014



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