Human Cull are a band from the United Kingdom that plays a very old school and crusty form of grindcore and this is a review of their 2014 album "Stillborn Nation" which was released by Wooaaargh.
Heavy distorted noise starts off the album before the music goes into a fast crust/grind direction along with blast beats and a mixture of screams and growls and on the second track the bass guitars start sounding very powerful and the music also starts to get more brutal along with some melody and elements of power violence.
After awhile the band starts bringing in a mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts while the main focus remains mostly on a fast and brutal sound and all of the tracks except for the last one are very short in length and are mostly under 2 minutes and one of the later tracks bring s in a brief use of guitar solos and leads.
Human Cull play a very old school style of crust and grindcore that is heavily rooted in the 90's style of this genre and the music is also very raw and aggressive sounding, the production sounds very heavy and powerful while the lyrics cover violent, hateful and political themes.
In my opinion Human Cull are a very great sounding mixture of crust and grindcore and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Sentence Is Death" "Death Rituals" "Anger Inferno" and "Echoing Silence". 8 out of 10.