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S810 One of the weirdest combinations for a split release that I've seen yet. Agathocles kills it as usual, with their "mincing" grind style. The Kurws on the other hand, lend a very interesting experimental jazz/big band/thing to the mix. Makes for a very interesting listen. And it's all thrown onto the rare, 5" vinyl format to boot. I love it. Favorite track: Copy This, Ya Bastards!.
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Five-inch split single by Belgian grind-core veterans and punk "big-band" from Poland. Lo-Fi sound meets the sound which is even more Lo-Fi, blast beats vs syncopation on the floor tom, saxophones and clarinets vs growl, rough guitar vs acid sound of the synthesizer. Due to the unusual vinyl format both bands try to keep it brief. While Kurws play one piece a little bit more than two minutes long, Agathocles fits four short ones. Both sides of the release are dedicated to the problems of Intellectual Property, freedom of access goods and freedom itself.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Split via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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released May 3, 2013

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