Year: 3rd July 2017
Time: 34 min
My series about thrashcore started some days ago with the fantastic "Grave Danger" of the Finns Foreseen ends with the fireworks thanks to the new album of the Serbians Nadimaĉ titled "Besnilo" ("indignation" in Serbian Language). For this album, Nadimaĉ, a quartet born in 2003, are now into the roster of the excellent Spanish label Xtreem Music. "Besnilo" represents not only the 5th album of these angry Serbians but also another their demonstration of force since their interminable discography made especially of splits, showing a prolificity and a constant quality truly enviable. But this album show again also a will never dimmed to face the reality through serious socio-political messages between seas of beers and...retarded attempts to skate (please, see the videoclip of an old song of the band, "Retarded for Skate"). In this sense, the cover artwork of "Besnilo" is very illustrative because it is incredibly explicit for their mentions to various famous multinationals, and we don't forget that it marks the return of that character created by Nadimaĉ, a hard thrasher with a killer face clown present since the first album of the band but absent, I wonder why, into the cover artwork of the their 4th album released in 2015. Ergo, the titles of the songs will be here translated in English to let you know in a better way the content of the lyrical themes. So, let's start with another THRASHCORE OVERDOSE!
The overdose is surely guaranteed because we are talking about an album composed of even 14 songs but 3 of them, that are very short, go beyond the borders of thrash metal. In fact, "The Indignation Echo" is a dark acoustic intro with narrative vocals; the absurd "Anatomy of Obedience" is made only of bass and evocative guitar melodies with a mass of bleating sheeps on the background; and, finally, there is the irreverent "Go Fuck Yourself", a pure noise explosion of 3 real seconds (but 7 of lenght) that could be perfect for a grindcore album. So, the rest of "Besnilo" consist of 11 tracks very fit for the wilder headbanging, without forgetting that they are incredible also because of a notable variety.
Photo by: Igor Coko
In brief, all this is useful to say that "Besnilo" show a bunch of ideas and a sea of wild intensity along with absolutely flawless technical skills in a merciless mix between Razor, Slayer, Cryptic Slaughter and Wehrmacht. At this point, I hope that Nadimaĉ, that are now into the roster of a strong underground label, can achieve a very good international recognition also considering that, throughout these years, they have shared the stage with bands like Tankard, Municipal Waste, DRI, Onslaught, Sodom and many other famous names. Finally, this my series about thrashcore has shown 3 bands that plays their genre of reference through their own ways: the Finns Foreseen with their influences from heavy metal, the Belgians Indemnity with their approach closer to punk/HC, and now the Serbians Nadimaĉ, mega-violent but enough technical.
THE THRASHCORE OVERDOSE IS OVER AND NOW YOU ARE DEAD!
1 - Uvod u besnilo (The Indignation Echo)
2 - Palikuca (Flaming Vendetta)
3 - Jednom nogom u gradu (Escapism Against Modernism)
4 - Kapitalizam je kanibalizam (Capitalism is Cannibalism)
5 - Revolucija u izlogu (Shopping Revolution)
6 - U podrumu žute kuce (Organ Market Basement)
7 - Anatomija poslušnosti (Anatomy of Obedience)
8 - Analni ovcar (Anal Shepherd)
9 - Teraj se u kurac (Go Fuck Yourself)
10 - Prvi put sa kevom na šemu (My Mum's Drugs)
11 - Rodjen u ofsajdu (Nesportski dan) (Born in Offside (Anti-Sport Day))
12 - Zemlja povraca (Mother Earth is Vomiting)
13 - Crna štampa (Diarrhea Newsweek)
14 - Bez ograda, bez barijera (Against Elitism, Pro Unity)
Danilo "Daĉa" Trbojević - vocals
Stefan "Ćora" Ćorović - guitars
Marko "Zec" Pavlović - bass
Dragan "Draganĉe" Ristić
Xtreem Music: http://shop.xtreemmusic.com/english.main.index.php