Henry Fonda are a band from Germany that plays a mixture of power violence, grindcore and punk and this is a review of their self released 2010 7 Inch "One Sided".
A slow and dark riff starts off the ep and after a few seconds the music starts to get a lot more heavier along with some high pitched screams which leads to a faster grindcore direction along with blast beats and crustcore style shouts and they also add in spoken word samples on some of the other tracks.
As the ep progresses the music starts to get more brutal and you can hear a great amount of punk rock influences in the bands musical sound and they also bring in a mixture of slow, mid paced fast parts as well as a small amount of death metal growls and the last song is a cover of Rawside's "Faschopack".
Henry Fonda have a very fast, heavy and raw sound with their mixture of grindcore, power violence, crust and punk with all of the songs being under 2 minutes, the production sounds very heavy and raw while the lyrics cover politics and personal issues.
In my opinion Henry Fonda are a very great sounding mixture of power violence, grindcore and punk and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "No More Yesterdays" and "Sticks & Stones". 8 out of 10.