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Saturday, April 18, 2020

On this episode of An Old School Album Review we're discussing BURDIZZO. By Jeremy Amack

On this episode of An Old School Album Review we're discussing BURDIZZO.
Based out of Toronto, Canada the bands members are:
Andrew - guitar
Frid - drums/vocals
Miko - vocals 
Sopho - guitar 
Spencer  - bass

We interviewed the band with our normal questions.. here's what they had to say:


Here's the answers and thanks so much for doing this! Cheers! 

Tunings: A Standard

Bands you have shared the stage with: 

So many and all worth mentioning! We apologize if anyone is left out! 

Human Compost
Drones For Queens
With Authority 
Last Imprint
Nasties
The New Enemy
Hockey Teeth
G.O.D. 
Avon Dealer
The Blind Surgeons Operation 
Gag Order
Ripper’d
Defile
Death Perception
Stray Sheep
Nostalgia
Latrodectus
Experiment Specimen
KAP
Murder Squad T.O. 
Gowl 
Homolka
Thick Piss
Pas Fin
Witches From Everywhere
Black Eve
Cathartics
Muelkik
Luicidal
Revival
Twin Rivals
Horrible Earth
Beaver Slap
Buried Out Back
Toxic Deathula
Thrashards
Off Side
Gasm 
Born Without Hope
Hostages
TotalXWar
Nightstalker
Cold As Life
Brujeria 
Dayglo Abortions 
Incite
Replicant
Harmonic Dissection
Mendacity
My Hollow
Keelie
Mr. Hands
AxMinister
BornBroken
The Blackcloud Syndicate
Empyrean Plague 
Muffler Crunch
Lutharo
Protokult
Accursed Spawn
Astaroth Incarnate
Profaner 
A New High
Rellikdog
Vesication
Ending Tyranny
Ruptured Birth
Serene Molestation
Divinity Cast Down
Stand Against Fear
Wiggler!?!
The 905s
Dorito Bears
True North 
Calling All Gods
Psychotic Pulse
They Call It Chaos
Cyphier
Dawn Valley
Hotel Murder
It Cometh
Stackhouse Down
Celestial Crypt
Powerbomb 
Snakes
T.O.A.D. 
Hot Knives
Blastomycosis
Wamco
Pisser
Creatures
Talbotville Gore
Your Own Deathbed
The Fractured
Aborted
Cryptopsy 
Hideous Divinity
Islands & Empires
A Particle Apart
Astrologist
Outre Tombe
Necrosadist
Earthworm Von Doom
Bayht Lahm 
Nervous Impulse
Devilz By Definition 
Die hexe
Seize
Eternal Confinement 
Aepoch
Eyes Of Horus
Inanimate Existence
Active Arson
The Slime
Viridius

Major accomplishments for 2019:

1-Releasing our sophomore album, Nursery. Oddly enough, after all these years, none of us have been on a recording with a band for more than one release, if any. 

2-Opening for Aborted, Cryptopsy & Hideous Divinity


Goals for 2020:

With Covid-19 bringing the world to a halt, our goal is to ride this out as sanely as possible. We’re hoping to get back to playing shows by July to get Nursery out to as many people as we can and not look back. 


A funny / weird story about your band:

Getting the physical digipak of Nursery has been a challenge. Our first order with one company wasn’t done properly. Wrong hue of grey and the quality of the images were very bad. The actual discs were closer to what we signed off on but not the packaging. Excuse after excuse, we ate the loss, kept the discs and went with a different company to get new covers. Which was unfortunate because we did two runs of Acoustic Neuroma with them and no issues. The new company was awesome to deal with. They made the covers only and really came through for us. We were running out of time and cut it close in order to have them available for our March 6th show. The day of the show, Spencer, our bassist, received the notice of delivery from FedEx but nothing was there. He was home. Didn’t hear the doorbell, nothing. FedEx stated they had someone sign for them and that they were delivered. He didn’t sign for anything. The package of digipaks were apparently stolen. Spencer scoured his area to no avail. We were honestly hoping that whoever stole them would’ve opened it up to see that there was nothing of value to them and just tossed them, but no luck. All in all, we had a story to tell that night and we are super appreciative that we were able to get our first show of 2020 in before Covid-19 shut everything down. And on that note, we hope everyone is well during these unprecedented times and we can’t wait to get back to it!

Our special guest this week is Matthew Gonzales of the North Carolina band SOLOMON GRUNDY.
https://m.facebook.com/solomongrundybandnc

He reviewed the LIVE performance of this particular song..

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0NwT-_wLQ9Y&feature=youtu.be

Here's what he had to say:
Burdizzo review. 
"First let’s get to the point, this song is for anybody and everybody that is in the mood to annihilate anything and everything that’s in front of them, this song is heavy as hell! and if you’re in the mood for a just under two minute burst of outstanding energy will be your go to. Following in the realms of thrash and speed metal with shrieks and growls of old school punk and hardcore these guys deliver an outstanding punch."

Let's get to the review:

1. )  CRUCIPRICEFIX 
Starts off with sledgehammers
Intense vocals
A hundred miles an hour
Very Swift song but a complete gut punch

2.) BLACKMAILISTED
Sounds really good
Super throaty
Just extremely intense
Loved the growl
Like sitting on a hand grenade

3.) CONSTIPANIC
Most pissed-off song I've heard in a while
Very short but a hundred miles per hour

4.) CULTURECLUSE
They handled the slower Parts well but still a very intense song

5.) TENTWONINEDIS
Very aggressive song
Definitely a mosher 
Has a Groove to it for sure
Drums are constant
Chaotic ending

6.) CONSERPENT
Eerie beginning
Another good Groove
Loved that verse riff

7.) EDUCASTRATION
Love the use of the tom's on this one
The breakdown was SIC!!!
Wild ending 

8.) DRAMAUTOMATON
"The machine feels nothing"

9.) SUCCESSPOOL
Loved this!!!
Change up of vocal presentation
Super catchy Groove
Love the name and the lyrics to
Ended well

10.) MISSCO...UNITION
Super aggressive
Love the triplets
Over quickly and I think I lost this fight

11.) MANUSCRIPTED
Well organized with the riffs selection
Vocals never stop
Super aggressive
Probably awesome live

12.) DEAFNICITY
Love the opening Groove
Well-placed pinch harmonics
Such a kick in the ass

Bottom line this band has a take no prisoners attitude and that's reflected in the music that they play.

For all things BURDIZZO please follow them here:

https://www.facebook.com/BurdizzoGrind/

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC2G89M4xKs4foWHnI6gSo6g

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