Soil Of Ignorance are a band from Canada that plays a mixture of punk, grind and power violence and this is a review of their self released 2012 ep "Grind Winter".
Harsh noise style sounds start off the ep along with some spoken word samples before going into a fast fast and brutal power violence grindcore direction along with some crust style yells and blast beats and after awhile growls are added into certain sections of the recording and they also keep the samples on later songs.
All of the musical instruments on the recording have a very powerful sound to them and they keep all of the songs in a fast and brutal direction while only slowing down for a few seconds and they ignore all use of melody, solos and leads to create some very heavy and brutal grind throughout the recording and they also do a cover of Disharmonic Orchestra's "Putried Stench".
Soil of Ignorance plays a very brutal style of power violence and grind that is heavily rooted in the mid 90's tradition of this genre and they also stay away from the weaker elements that modern bands of this genre are known to bring in their music, the production sounds very heavy and brutal while the lyrics cover violent, hateful, gore and grindcore themes.
In my opinion Soil of Ignorance are a very great sounding mixture of punk, grind and power violence and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should c heck out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Devastate" "Disarmed Them Apart" "Putrid Stench" and "Raw Power Grind". 8 out of 10.