This is a review of another compilation from Spazz continuing the hardcore punk, grind, and power violence sound that they are known for with the album originally being released in 2001 and called "Sweatin' 3: Skatin', Satan & Katon" which will be re-issued in March by Tankcrimes.
Hip hop samples start off the compilation and a few seconds later the music goes into more of a fast crust and hardcore crust direction along with a great amount of blast beats and shouting style vocals and after awhile the songs start bringing in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts.
All of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and after awhile the music starts incorporating death metal growls and the brutality of both grindcore and power violence while some of the riffs also bring in a small amount of melody and most of the songs are very short in length.
Spoken word and movie samples can be heard in some of the songs and they also bring in covers from Dead Kennedys, 7 Seconds, Straight Ahead, Youth Of Today, Sick Of It All, Electro Hippies Napalm Death, Sore Throat, Crab Society North, and Larm, halfway through the compilation they also bring in an instrumental track and some of the songs are also recorded live.
Spazz brings out the more raw side of the power violence and grindcore mixture on this compilation and have more of an angry style on the songs that are present on the recording, the production sounds very raw and heavy while the lyrics cover humorous and and angry themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding compilation from Spazz and if you are a fan of this band, you should enjoy this re-issue. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Old Youth" "Socal Battle Royal" "Bastard Tomb Ride" and "Dan Lifting Banner". 8 out of 10.