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Disharmonic Orchestra

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2.14 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

Side 1:
1. Inexorable logic (3:55)
2. Unsupported by evidence (2:22)

Side 2:
3. Successive substitution (4:08)

Total Time 10:25

Line-up / Musicians

- Patrick Klopf / Guitars, Vocals
- Martin Messner / Drums
- Herwig Zamernik / Bass

Releases information

EP released through Nuclear Blast in 1989.
NB 021, 7EP ltd 1000

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Review by UMUR
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2 stars "Successive substitution" is the 2nd release by Austrian grindcore/death metal act Disharmonic Orchestra. "Successive substitution" is a 3-track 10:25 minutes long EP.

If you know the "Disharmonic Orchestra / Pungent Stench" split EP from earlier that same year, there are really no surprises listening to the music on "Successive substitution". Simple grindcore/death metal with growling vocals, blasting drums, heavy mid-paced death metal parts and some rather imature musicianship are pretty much the order of the day on "Successive substitution". The sound quality isnīt very good, but itīs fortunately not too lo-fi for me to enjoy.

"Successive substitution" is a hardcore fan release IMO and I canīt really recommend it to anyone else. If youīre interested in listening to the very early days of the band I would recommend listening to the split EP with Pungent Stench instead. "Successive substitution" gets a 1.5 - 2 star rating from me.

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