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Dyes

Noisy manic hardcore from Poland in the vein of Deadguy, Botch, or Norma Jean. Once again completely not my thing but Mothra seem to know what they are doing with their mathy assault. I wish I had more to say about this but I really don't have any frame of reference and it's too easy for me to make Polack jokes. I was bored throughout Dyes as it was just too haphazard as the band seemed to just take a bunch of parts and throw them together to make a song. If this were the early 2000's, I'd probably be more into this.

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