Human Remains Using Sickness As A Hero on LP + Download
Classic Underground Metal Titles from the Relapse Records Vaults Released in Celebration of the Label's 25th Anniversary!
Available on Vinyl for the Very First Time!
The seminal, underground grind/tech/math metal 1996 classic, Using Sickness As a Hero, from New Jersey's Human Remains available on vinyl for the very first time ever! Consisting of a pedigree of musicians who went on to form a wide-range of classic bands like Deadguy, Burnt By The Sun, Discordance Axis, and Gridlink, Human Remains was a controlled substance that abused. The music hit your system like you had been dusted, sent the listeners into spasms of frenzy with stars and dead birds twittering around their skulls struck by the unruly walls of wallop that they had honed to the bone.
Guitarists, Jim Baglino and Steve Procopio, were maniac magic-users, gripped in a bizarre mechanized tone-mime, channeling the chopped and smooth nadir of notes that must come from some nether-nether land in the sky. Their leads were equally as alien. Vocalist Paul Miller's throat is filled with boiled blood and shredded horror, which he sprays in your face like burning-in-pain dragon's breath. David White's drums boom like Barisal guns, and make the titanic clash march into an ordered anarchy of raining buckets of obliteration. Not to mention bassist Will Carl Black, a punk rock coppertop who was as solid on his bass as his head is bald.
Human Remains rose further from categories such as death metal, the crossed wires of styles transcend the sound beyond language limitations and faint descriptions in comparison to the real sound and raging aggression, live and in studio.
Human Remains Using Sickness As A Hero Track Listing:
1. Weeding Out The Thorns
2. Waste of Time
4. Chewed Up and Spit Out
7. Beyond Human Perception