Review Summary: Power electronics meets power violence.
Consent is a pretty cool band that I recently discovered off bandcamp. I felt implored to give them a spin because of their nifty black and white artwork that currently houses their recent EP Conception. I was assuming that whatever this was musically it would end up being pretty dark and brutal based on that, and I was right. It is dark and brutal. Going through five tracks in a ten minute span, Consent waste no time in ripping your face off.
Opening with static clinks and white noise one would think that they were in for a gruesome power electronics recording. You'd only be half right if that was your initial guess because they quickly shift gears into power-violence territory. Sludgy riffs, spastic tempos, and unintelligible barking dominate this recording as more white noise and distortion intersperses throughout the riffy goodness. The fusion of these two genres seamlessly transition into one another, acting as a team with the end-goal to punish your ears into submission, in as violent of a manner possible.
Consent have this recording openly available to the public so i'd recommend you guys get in on the action. Although short, it's a tasty pocket-rocket fueled with aggression that's sure to appease the seasoned heavy music fan.