In Involuntary Abortion we Trust from the unpronounceable VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxC (Vaginal Penetration of An Amelus With A Musty Carrot)is now available on Kaotoxin Records. Seven tracks of stupid, baby hating, yet childish Goregrind with Slamming Brutal Death Metal touches, In Involuntary Abortion We Trust puts the “extreme” in extreme metal and is sure to send the decent and the civil running for shelter.
The 22-minute MCD includes four studio tracks, two bonus live cuts and even an even stupider version of “Eyeball Peeler” (Pumuckl version). Also featuring outrageous artwork and guest performance by Erwin De Groot of the legendary Last Days of Humanity, In Involuntary Abortion We Trust is a fist to the face of the politically correct.
01.Mass Suicide With A Rusty Comb
03.Double Emetophilia Session
05.Slushy Baby Chainsaw Assfuck (live)
06.Rancid Monstrosity (live)
07.Eyeball Peeler (Pumuckl version)
If when thinking about Austria, what comes to your mind is Vienna, Salzbourg, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and waltzes. Well: THINK TWICE! Austria is the country that gave birth to some of the most badass psychos around. A list that includes Pungent Stench, Josef Fritzl, and other infamous figures, you can now add VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxC! Goregrind is all about being extreme: more gore everywhere. Disgusting as fuck artworks, ultra gory piggy squeals, blasts everywhere, etc. BUT of all of the Goregrind acts around, during their already four years of existence, VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxC (which stands for ‘Vaginal Penetration Of An Amelus With A Musty Carrot’) managed to get known, not only for the quality of their live presentations, but by the extreme way they are extensively playing Europe from North to South and from West to East, having played numerous countries, may it be for tours, gigs, or festivals. Naming all the snuff fetish audiences conquered by their corpse-smelling gore -o-rama would take five paragraphs at least (they’re just back from Israel, right now). Of course, having the blasts, the gore, the extreme touring and the ultra gore artwork is not enough to be a good band, worth being checked out and praised. But VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxC add to this a killer sense of booty-shaking grooves and wall-crushing breakdowns, a real talent for writing tunes that won’t leave your memory for a long while and a real dedication to their (hard) work that makes this absolutely insane and unsane bunch of Austrian dudes an absolutely mandatory member of the Goregrind community.