Besta – Eterno Rancor (Crust Metal Capitalism)

 

Yet another example of a book judged properly by its banking account. Marco Donida probably listened to Eterno Rancor as many times as I did, because I myself certainly thought of crucified snake Jesuses, a meth lab with a floating brain, a skeleton sycophant wading in toxic waste and refugee vomit with a bayoneted staff, and the list goes on, I think. Anyway if you know punk and its anti-capitalist/anti-US Xeroxing war of paper and cigarettes, Portugal's Besta have taken it to the level of cash flow.

   

That's not a jab into the gut at all, actually. Besta mix the best elements of punk with modern filth metal for a solid product, even though they hate product. In the end we all need to buy or sell something, and here the crust is neither on discount nor on sale, it's at full price fools. Eterno Rancor is a total ka-ching cash register blast from the opening. Besta immediately smash the change into your face and commence tossing out coupons so you continue to consume what they offer. Cuts are short and under 2 minutes, delivered fast and to-the-point. There's no room for bargaining here, this is exactly what you think it is. No more, no less, but worth the purchase price of anti-capitalism you're paying for it (but do buy the vinyl pls).

 

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Written by Stanley, Devourer of Souls

Besta – Eterno Rancor 
Lifeforce Records, ragingplanet
4.2 / 5