Brutal Truth

Genres: Heavy Metal Pop / Rock
Tags: grindcore death metal deathgrind brutal death metal Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1990s 2000s
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During a break in activities with Nuclear Assault, bass player Dan Lilker began working with guitarist Brent McCarty and drummer Scott Lewis to indulge his passion for hardcore. Joined by vocalist Kevin Sharpe, the USA-based band created their own brand of high-speed hardcore with industrial and death metal elements. Finding this style more to his liking, Lilker left his old band to concentrate on Brutal Truth (the trio’s past work had also included stints with S.O.D. , Anthrax, Winter and J.C.T.). Signing with ‘grindcore’ specialists Earache Records, the band released 1992’s Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses, a collection of exceptionally fast and fierce material with political themes, to a positive reception, and received further good press for their live shows, playing US dates with labelmates Napalm Death, Carcass and Cathedral. A European tour with Fear Factory followed, leaving behind a trail of damaged PA systems, as well as...

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