Believe it or not, Heavy Blog has not only one writer who chooses to focus on grindcore (and all associated subgenres), but multiple. Why multiple people do this to themselves I still do not know, as the music generally sounds like it was recorded on an Easy Bake Oven. But alas, I am one of those people and I would have my music no other way than delivered to me in the same way I get my microwavable cookies. And, more importantly, it is with this that I bring to you my (and not Matt's) take on our formidable Grind My Gears series, introducing the ever formidable second grind post of the day, "Grind My Gears 2: Electric Bugaloo."
If you like your black metal raw, depressive, foreboding, and just a tad wacky, take a look at Moloch. Their 2014 release Verwustung dabbles in ambient music, but fear not!. Although the first and last tracks (besides the oddball inclusion of Chopin’s Funeral March as a hidden track) are ambient snore-fests, the six tracks sandwiched between them are well-executed black metal bangers that more than make up for whomever’s idea it was to sit on a keyboard and call it ambient music.
For those who missed our last installment, We post biweekly updates covering what the staff at Heavy Blog have been spinning. Given the amount of time we spend on the site telling you about music that does not fall neatly into the confines of conventional “metal,” it should come as no surprise that many of us on staff have pretty eclectic tastes that range far outside of metal and heavy things. We can’t post about all of them at length here, but we can at least let you know what we’re actually listening to. For those that would like to participate as well (and please do) can drop a 3X3 in the comments, which can be made with tapmusic.netthrough your last.fm account, or create it manually with topsters.net. Also, consider these posts open threads to talk about pretty much anything music-related. We love hearing all of your thoughts on this stuff and love being able to nerd out along with all of you.