Estonia’s grindcore masterminds Goresoerd released their fourth full length album, Antikeha, earlier this month courtesy of Inverse Records. An amalgam of guttural vocals, guitars that range from shrieking highs to djent lows, and a rhythm section that is equally as insane, Antikeha, is an amazing display of chaotic prowess. Packed full of a plethora of intense styles, blended together to create something viciously heavy and uniquely beautiful.
Antikeha contains put out so much energy that it is impossible to sit still while listening. Infectious tracks such as "66" and "Neetud" crawl their way inside your brain and once they sink their teeth in, they do not let go. Not that you will want them to.
Antikeha is an excellent find for fans looking to expand from the expected. While in a class of its own, Antikeha’s brutality is similar to that of Cradle of Filth, Butcher Babies, and Soul Fly, while also encompassing elements of punk, thrash, and even some clean vocals. The uniqueness and technical intricacies of Antikeha make the fact that there may be a language barrier a nonissue. Antikeha is high energy, contains zero chill, and infectious. If you haven’t checked it out, you should!
Eero “Nagy” Soomere – Vocals
Stig Lindeberg – Guitar & Vocals
Tonis Noevere – Drums
Janar Tiitus – Bass & Vocals
Rasmus Tauk – Guitar
Rene Johve – Turntables & Sampling
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Written by Ken Kaizer on March 14, 2017 for Bloodrock Media