These are high quality shorts that are made from extra thick and soft 100% cotton material that’s furthermore pre-washed to avoid any shrinkage issues. They come with a drawstring for comfortable fitting and have pockets on both sides. There’s the band logo that’s printed on the right side and part of the amazing Ian Miller artwork on the left side which looks epic.
Sizes for reference –
Small: Waist 30″ / Length 21″ Medium: Waist 32″ / Length 22″
Large: Waist 34″ / Length 23″
Extra Large: Waist 36″ / Length 24″
Extra Extra Large: Waist 38″ / Length 25″
Extra Extra Extra Large: Waist 40″ / Length 26″
In collusion with members of Diskord, Defect Designer from Norway are reinterpreting death metal their own way, adding grind influences and a maniacal fervour to it all. With the free-spirited, unhinged approach bordering on seeming frivolous, there is in fact a method to this madness; everything is meticulously thought out and written for maximum effectiveness. There is a reason this release feels like an unabated rush from start to finish, with the momentum only snowballing as it progresses. The performances are top notch, as can be expected when there are multiple members of the calibre of Diskord on this record. It’s only appropriate then that their skills are used to channel a different kind of sound while retaining the ingenuity. Even though this wild, entertaining and multi-faceted album ends sooner than desired, it only compels the listener to vividly experience it over and over again and discover strange new things, such as in their highly intricate Ian Miller artwork, and look forward to a ton of material shaping up from this criminally overlooked death metal band.
releases July 8, 2022
Line up –
Eyvind W. Axelsen – slapping, sliding and proofreading
Simen Kandola – fast and furious beating
Dmitry Sukhinin – writing notes, plucking strings and roaring
Martin Storm-Olsen – plucking strings, additional shouting, occasional karaoke, proofreading, electrical sound recording, mouse clicking, dog provisioning
Artwork by Ian Miller
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