Texas's Nosferatu unleash their first full-length of hardcore ramped-up into its highest echelons of breakneck propulsiveness, whizzed-up and faultily-wired, a tumbledown chaos of Siege-like flurries, whipping about with Die Kreuzen sharpness, or the more modern uncompromising flailings of Permission and No. Ugly barks, murky blurs of riffs slammed into you with the force of a bomb-blast. Barely room for breath, most of the tracks snapping off with little ceremony, apart from on the Under The Sun which drags that grimy noise out into a grubby itchy monster three times the length of most of the other tracks on the album, and on the apocalyptic stomp of the closer Solution Absolute.
USA press on Media Disease Records and Todo Destruido.
KALEIDOSCOPE/NOSFERATU EUROPEAN TOUR
I was living in Atlanta in 2017 when I discovered this band. I thought I was the only trans chick who was into hardcore (not literally but you know what I mean) and then I heard that they broke up and now I'm sad. piggypop
Every noise-rattled riff, every hoarse scream, every rumbling and crumbling drum roll has been pushed past the red; yet the Brooklyn hardcore band writes energizing hooks like the late Jay Reatard. Lars Gotrich
On their gut-wrenching debut album "Let Pain Be Your Guide," screamo revivalists Portrayal of Guilt demonstrate their transcendent potential, beyond a shadow of a doubt, in a blinding flash. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 30, 2018