Sender Receiver | Plague Notes

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Plague Notes

by Sender Receiver

Sender Receiver is the new up and coming Grindcore Giants.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Grindcore
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1. Putting The Sensual Back in Non-Consensual
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0:15 $0.99
2. This Pillow Tastes Like I'm Choking
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0:20 $0.99
3. The Ocean is No Place For a Squirrel
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1:12 $0.99
4. The French Have To Unhinge Thier Jaws To Express Emotion
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1:09 $0.99
5. This Could Be The Very Reason Keith Richards Cannot Be Killed By
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1:34 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Plague Notes, the much anticipated new album from Sender Receiver is the latest from these grindcore giants is a truly unique blend of grindcore and metal.


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John Lasseter

not even one full song
I love The Red Chord, and from the song samples, these guys promise a lot of the same lightning fast tempos, and aggressive music informed by lots of screaming and a healthy dose of black humor.

All that is there, but the entire 5 tracks clock in at a total of 4:34. Not kidding. The first two tracks are less than 20 seconds each, with the remaining three at just over a minute a pop.

There's no variation between tracks, nothing like development, indeed nothing to suggest that these five tracks should have even been split up.

Quite a disappointing purchase.