Rest release compilation album
2012-08-03 by Never mind. | 38 Comments

Regina, Saskatchewan band Rest have released a compilation album entitled 'Do you like Hitchcock? The worst of Rest' today in lieu of the group beginning to record more tracks for Shivikar Sundar and The Laser Cats. The artwork can be seen here: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151147541817284&set=a.49298167728 3.266474.662297283&type=1&theater

The album is composed of 11 tracks from Rest and a few from various side projects of the members when they were a two piece group. This album goes over various genres including Psychedelic, Dubstep, Cybergrind, and Crunkcore.

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Tyrael
August 3rd 2012

20828 Comments


'The worst of Rest'

damn

choosing their worst tracks must have been quite the hassle

auberginedreams
August 3rd 2012

6033 Comments


ugh eat dicks.

KSK1
August 3rd 2012

4081 Comments


"This album goes over various genres including Psychedelic, Dubstep, Cybergrind, and Crunkcore."

As if I didn't hate this band enough already.

auberginedreams
August 3rd 2012

6033 Comments


thank god they forgot to put a link to the music.

KSK1
August 3rd 2012

4081 Comments


Seriously. Hopefully they just fucking die already.

MichaelSnoxall
August 3rd 2012

12163 Comments


lol

SadAndHolyGlow
August 3rd 2012

1517 Comments


They know their music is awful. They delight in it. For some reason, that kinda makes me interested in their music...

Fluttertrank
August 3rd 2012

17098 Comments


OMG MODS WTF ARE YOU DOING REMOVE THIS SHIT ALREADY. fuck, like really? really? are the mods fucking playing with us?

jdennis31
August 3rd 2012

6511 Comments


they have forsaken us

Calc
August 3rd 2012

12146 Comments


There's no way the mods aren't laughing at how hated this band is lol

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paxman
August 3rd 2012

4084 Comments


Haha no link to the music what an idiot

Streams
August 3rd 2012

199 Comments


Idiot? Maybe they just didn't want lazy faggots who don't know how to search on google to listen to their music.

Emim
August 3rd 2012

26618 Comments


they don't need a link because we all know how good their best music sounds anyway

Streams
August 3rd 2012

199 Comments


Their best music is Laser Cats by far. Multiverse Theory Part 1 is the greatest thing since sliced sex.

Emim
August 3rd 2012

26618 Comments


i was being sarcastic. this band is a shit stain.

Streams
August 3rd 2012

199 Comments


That's your opinion and I'm going to disregard it because I don't agree with it.

Emim
August 3rd 2012

26618 Comments


and the only thing worse than this band is its individual members and fans

KSK1
August 3rd 2012

4081 Comments


I'm usually all about the whole "opinions" thing, but when it comes to this all bets are off. I'm still convinced this whole bands existence is one big trolling.

Streams
August 3rd 2012

199 Comments


Meh, what's so troll about the first album? Like the album itself?

sixdegrees
August 3rd 2012

16951 Comments


"This album goes over various genres including Psychedelic, Dubstep, Cybergrind, and Crunkcore."

omg so many genres this must be so avant-garde



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Lakes.
August 3rd 2012

26977 Comments


how is this newsworthy

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ForeignFilm
August 3rd 2012

129 Comments


Inb4 (possibly after) the sock puppet accounts come in to defend this terrible fucking band.

paxman
August 3rd 2012

4084 Comments


Nope, one is already here (Streams)

Lakes.
August 3rd 2012

26977 Comments


the mods are fucking with us

MGMTBoys
August 3rd 2012

272 Comments


It's a fine album.

Satellite
August 3rd 2012

20728 Comments


BREAKING: Middle schoolers release shitty music

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DarthMann
August 3rd 2012

13815 Comments


i just dont like it i just dont

Storm In A Teacup
August 3rd 2012

12712 Comments



the mods are fucking with us (3)

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
August 3rd 2012

50116 Comments


Jom plays bass for Rest and Willie is their manager


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Storm In A Teacup
August 3rd 2012

12712 Comments


Damrod recorded it

Med and Mozz run the "fans"

Shadows did vocals and guitar, chan did drums

LifeAsAChipmunk
August 3rd 2012

4854 Comments


It's a Sputnik conspiracy. omg

FourthReich
August 3rd 2012

17482 Comments


ah yes my favourite genre psychedelicdubgrindcore

MGMTBoys
August 3rd 2012

272 Comments


Willie also plays vocoder for us.

ConcubinaryCode
August 3rd 2012

2066 Comments


Did you guys hear about tanners side project? It's called energy. The album will feature 7 tracks of soul shredding scacore. Due out this winter.

DarthMann
August 3rd 2012

13815 Comments


80% of core music is shit so why would this be an exception???????????????????

ConcubinaryCode
August 3rd 2012

2066 Comments


There can be two bands with a same name. If one sucks that just makes the other look that much better.

mindleviticus
August 3rd 2012

8220 Comments


I hope it's better than the last one. I didn't like that very much.

mangasm
August 4th 2012

672 Comments


Ughhh will this band die off.



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