PLF - Devious Persecution and Wholesale Slaughter | Review

Hailing from Texas, PLF (I honestly don’t know what it stands for) abide by the unwritten law venerated in grind of “fast, brutal and short”.
True to the genre’s most religious guidelines and clocking in at an intensely abrupt 17 minutes, "Devious Persecution and Wholesale Slaughter" is an unapologetic, ravenous and relentless grindcore attack that will surely appeal to fans of Napalm Death, Terrorizer and Phobia. This album offers forth all the crusty and severe sonic chaos that diehard grind maniacs crave, and when the straight-ahead grindcore gets a bit tiresome, the band pulls off some catchy and furious thrash riffs that cast an 80’s Bay Area influence. The band's power and execution is impressive, drummer Bryan Fajardo offers a particularly impressive performance here; those who know his work from Phobia, Kill the Client and Noisear will certainly not be disappointed.
Tell all your grind friends about PLF, this band is way too good to be kept a secret.

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