World Demise – World Demise (Flatspot Records)

So, a while back I started to try and put together a definitive list of which bands put the ‘Hard’ into Hardcore and while, for the most part, it was a list of the usual suspects (you know, Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, Rykers, Merauder, Straight Ahead, Judge, Project X, SSD and Jerry’s Kids), there were a few additions who I felt had to make the list, namely Sheer Terror, Blood for Blood, Ramallah and Slapshot. I spent an hour or so musing about it and then promptly forgot all about it. Until now. Listening to World Demise made me rethink that list, or more accurately revisit it with the sole intention of adding an addendum to ‘Who Put the Hard in Hardcore’. And who is that addendum?  Well, I’m glad you asked and because you did, I’ll tell you. It’s World Demise.  Hitting like a free for all brawl between Madball, Blood For Blood, Terror and Cold As Life, World Demise, with their barrage of heavy, pounding precise riffs, crushing rhythms and hate permeated vocals take you on a journey to the dark side of life and remind you why the music they play is called hardcore, Because it’s hard. It’s brutal. It’s unforgiving and uncompromising and it transports you to the places that few bands can. Welcome to your demise…  Tim Cundle

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