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End Time [CD]

Brutal Truth Audio CD
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It is doubtful the most extreme end of the musical spectrum has ever possessed such a transfixing dichotomy as BRUTAL TRUTH. The band progressed with boundless enthusiasm through the primal fury of traditional grindcore and hardcore punk. They attacked suffocating city life on the edge of the 21st century and its media noise overload with the bare-knuckled forcefulness of passion, conviction ... Read more in Amazon's Brutal Truth Store

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  • Audio CD (3 Oct 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: RELAPSE RECORDS
  • ASIN: B0054T8BWG
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 204,463 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen11. Warm Embrace Of Poverty 3:470.99  Buy MP3 
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Listen13. Butcher 2:540.99  Buy MP3 
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Listen23. Control Room15:21Album Only


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5.0 out of 5 stars Waqar 27 July 2012
By Waqar
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
A must for all brutal truth fans, real Metal & no BS. Even better live!!
A genre that refuses to covered by the mainstream because they find it too painful to cover the truth.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brutal Truth is Back with New Face-Melting Grind 27 Sep 2011
By J. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album gets five stars if you like music that is described with words like manic, intense, frightening, dizzying, insane...because Brutal Truth uncompromisingly destroys with tracks not meant for any mainstream audience to hear. Almost every song has the kind of speed that makes you wonder if the band is even human; tight, ripping grooves and grinds, underscored by Dan Lilker's driving bass that winds through the riffs and burrows forcefully into your head. It's hard to pick favorites on a Brutal Truth album because the tracks all fit together to comprise a punishing aural assault, but a few might stand out just a bit nonetheless. Simple Math is one of the first to showcase the dynamic nature of the band's attack, with blinding kamikaze riffs in the first half that give way to doomy, apocalyptic ones later. End Time features Lilker's ridiculously fast bass gone insane. Celebratory Gunfire plays the intense speed off a pummeling, catchy groove that again highlights the band's effective use of different tempos. Crawling Man Blues gives a glimpse of Lilker's jazz influences by supplementing his speed with some jazzy lines beneath a twisting, vertigo riff. These are just a few highlights of a top-notch grindcore album, all punctuated by Kevin Sharp's wildman screams, grunts, and yells; the perfect match for the whirlwind, cyclonic nature of the music. Bottom line is, get the new Brutal Truth if you like to be hammered in the head by pure fury.
5.0 out of 5 stars Aaaaaaw yeah! 28 Feb 2014
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
In 2009, Brutal Truth returned from a rather lengthy hiatus to release "Evolution Through Revolution," their first album of new material in twelve years. And now flash forward two years, and we have another new record from the New York-based death metal/grindcore primitives, this one dubbed "End Time." It is twenty-three new tracks of extreme music at its purest, as they are comprised of concussive drumming, raging, sick-on-the-mic vocals, crust-soaked riffage, and grumbling, dirty-sounding bass throbs.

As with pretty much any B.T. release, the musicianship is impressive all-around, but is most excellent in the drumming, as tight cymbal rides from skinsman Rich Hoak are not uncommon -- almost as common as his cracking, skull-splitting grindcore blasts. "End Time" begins with a bit of an anomaly track in the form of "Malice," which is a really ominous intro with a portentous guitar line, plodding tempo, crashing drum beat, and growly, burping vocals. And as if that weren't enough, the track also ends with the sound of some honest-to-goodness guitar feedback.

But all bets are off by the time the second track comes rolling around, as "Simple Math" is an insane, and completely chaotic and decapitating grindcore assault fueled by Hoak's pummeling, blasting trapkit, breakneck tempo'ing, and manic screams. And the record's titular third song offers mostly more of the same, with its careening guitar leads, shrieked/roared vocals, and noteworthy, underlying bass grumble. (This includes the use of a little, mid-song bass solo.) Next up, "F Cancer" is fifty-eight seconds of hyper-active picking and drumming, but closes with a brief-yet-creepy, spoken-word vocal line where frontman Kevin Sharp growls the tune's title phrase.

Then, following the whiplash-fast blasting and clattering cymbal rides of "Celebratory Gunfire" and the mind-boggling, rapid-fire devastation of "Small Talk" (which is complete with a cool bass outro), comes ".58 Caliber," a fifty-four second-long little interlude piece with sampled dialogue and vocals. But immediately following this, the listener is launched right back into the thick of things, as "Swift And Violent" is another careening, and this time forty-second long blast of brutal blast beats and grumbling bass.

Brutal Truth do toss in the occasional nod to their true, crust punk-oriented roots, as demonstrated by "Lottery," a bass-heavy cut that is complete with a little bass intro, and grumbling, dirty-sounding bass lines. "Warm Embrace Of Poverty" continues in this vein, as a heavy, central bass groove coursing throughout it. But said song is also a highlight for being an ominously brooding, sludgy, and mid-tempo piece. And the fact that it is three whole minutes and forty-some-seconds long doesn't hurt matters, either.

Other highlights include the ominous, underlying bass grumble, clattering, ringing cymbal crashes, smart, stop-start grindcore hyperblasts, and freaky, unnervingly high shrieks of "Butcher"; "Addicted," which is another truly devastating and mind-boggling display of frenetic playing; the distorted bass rumbles and "rat-tat-tat," Gatling gun hyperblasts of "Seet Dreams"; and "Trash," a six-second long microsong (or, more accurately, subliminal message) that recalls Napalm Death's earliest days.

And, of course, one must not forget to also mention the monstrous closer, "Control Room." This piece, which is nearly fifteen-whole-friggin' minutes long, and is based around whiney guitar-feedback, dexterously rolling drum fills, and indistinct backing chatter, is not only an obvious album standout, but a standout in Brutal Truth's whole discography! (It kind of sticks out like a green thumb, but in a good way, though. And it makes the listener wonder if B.T. could be on to something, here, and will continue down this more restrained and experimental path on future efforts.)

"End Time" combines the attitude of early grindcore with the visceral rage and impeccable musicianship of the genre's latter-days. And top it all off with a batch of lyrics that are concerned almost exclusively with American politics, and the end result is a crushingly brutal, eminently memorable, extremely satisfying, and all-around pretty darn excellent combination.
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5.0 out of 5 stars END TIME IS NOW TIME... 11 Feb 2012
By cradleofryan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
THIS IS THE 6TH STUDIO ALBUM FROM FOURPIECE, BRUTAL TRUTH. THERE ARE 23 GRINDCORE TRACKS SO YOU GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH ON THIS RELEASE, PLUS "CONTROL ROOM," A 15-MINUTE LONG FINALE.

I AM NOT THE BIGGEST FAN OF GRINDCORE BUT BRUTAL TRUTH HAS COME A LONG WAY SINCE 1991, WHEN THEY WON AN AWARD FOR THE SHORTEST VIDEO EVER, THE 2-SECOND, "COLLATERAL DAMAGE."
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