This is a review of a split album between Germany's Sandokhan and the united Kingdom's Krupskaya which was released in the year of 2010 and we will start off the review with Sandokhan a band that plays a very brutal form of crust/grind.
Their side of the split starts out with a very fast and brutal grindcore sound that utilizes a great amount of blast beats as well as a good mixture of screams and growls and all of their songs are very short in length with the longest one only being a little over the minute and they also keep every minute and second of their music heavy and brutal along with a very professional sounding production and lyrics that cover Egyptian, Sumerian mythology and occultism.
Next up is Krupskaya another band that plays a very brutal style of crust/grind.
Their side of the split starts off with Spoken word samples and after the intro the music starts going into more of a heavy musical direction as well as adding in some melodies and high pitched screams along with some deep growls and blast beats a few seconds later and the band also brings in a good mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts along with a very powerful sounding production and lyrics that cover war themes.
In conclusion I feel this is a very great sounding split and I would recommend it to all fans of crust and grindcore. 8 out of 10.