The Thrash Hits Cloudcast returns for 2014, and our opening episode is made up of the seven Song Of The Day choices we’ve been posting on our Twitter feed. Why aren’t you following us already? You are? You’re cool. You’re okay. You can stay.
Wormrot are a grindcore band from Singapore signed to Earache Records. The band formed in 2007 after the founding members finished their two years of mandatory national service. The band have released three full-length studio albums to date, as well as a number of EPs and split releases with other bands. Their latest full-length album Voices was released on October 14, 2016. They have been described as one of the top 10 grindcore bands by OC Weekly, and have toured Europe and the United States. Read more on Last.fm
Wormrot on Thrash Hits
December 9th, 2012
With the year beginning to draw to a close, and with only a bare handful os Sundays left for 2012 Slaylists, this week we’re turning out attention to those we’ve lost in 2012. We’re talking about the bands that have either broken up or gone on hiatus, as well as the more serious subject of musicians who sadly died at some point over the last 12 months.
November 30th, 2012
Right, we’ve arrived at the final day of our retrospective of 25 years of Earache Records, and today we’re catching up with some of the young guns passing through the label in recent years (as well as a pair of oldies). Today we’re hitting Municipal Waste, Deicide, Evile, Wormrot, and Cerebral Bore.
March 27th, 2012
A while ago we asked Alex Layzell, head-honcho over at the excellent Grind To Death, whether he’d like to do a guest column for us here at Thrash Hits. Take it away, Mr Layzell…
So the cyborg/monster mesh that is Thrash Hits’ Deputy Editor (no one can listen to that much metal, without assimilating with it) sent me a Morse code telegram a while back asking me to do a guest post on this Mecca of review sites: Thrash Hits. Now, to do a little exposé on metal will be insulting to your intelligence, on the assumption since you are reading this you therefore read Thrash Hits; and are thus well informed and to a higher standard well beyond my primitive gonzo-journalistic comfort zone. So what can I write about? My usual praises and slanders resides in the grindcore/powerviolence spectrum of crimes against music, but today I am going to treat you to something special: Fastcore.
April 8th, 2011
3 May 2011
by Tom Dare
Earache Records are letting you download the entire of Dirge free of charge right now, a month before it’s even “out”. For all three of you who aren’t already convinced, I’m going to explain why you should download it, play it to death, then buy a CD copy, a t-shirt and catch Wormrot on tour.
March 30th, 2011
January 29th, 2011
ETA May 2011