Doombox

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Doombox
Doombox.jpg
EP by Graf Orlock
Released January 18, 2011 (2011-01-18)
Genre Grindcore
Length 11:48
Label Vitriol
Graf Orlock chronology
Destination Time Today
(2009)
Doombox
(2011)
Los Angeles
(2012)

Doombox is an EP by Graf Orlock. It was released by Vitriol Records on January 18, 2011.[1] It was released as a 10" record, pressed on black (limited to 150) and clear (limited to 1350).[2] The record came with a foldout boom-box replica, and a CD with all six songs plus the Destination Time trilogy songs.[1]

Reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rock Sound 8/10[3]

Doombox was generally well received by critics. Mike Kemp of Rock Sound enjoyed the EP's "shouty, expletive-ridden grindcore", and praised the inclusion of the band's Destination Time trilogy on the CD.[3] Chris Ayers of Exclaim! called Doombox "categorically crushing", comparing the band to Pig Destroyer and Brutal Truth, and declared the album "a...contender for the year's best album".[4]

Track listing

  1. "Wrecking Crew" – 2:01
  2. "Job Hunt" – 1:28
  3. "Arrested At Lunch" – 2:09
  4. "South Central" – 2:05
  5. "1993; A Week Before Graduation" – 2:12
  6. "New Year's Eve 1999" – 1:58

Personnel

  • "Karl Bournze" – vocals
  • "Jason Schmidt" – guitar, vocals
  • "Svarn Kalhoune" – bass
  • "Alan Hunter" – drums

References

  1. ^ a b "The Packaging For Graf Orlock'S Doombox Is Sssssssssiiiicccccckkkkkk". MetalSucks. 2010-12-09. Retrieved 2012-02-14. 
  2. ^ "Vitriol Records — Graf Orlock "Doombox 10"+Trilogy CD VIT013 (Second Press Red Vinyl)". Vitriolrecords.bigcartel.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14. 
  3. ^ a b http://www.rocksound.tv/reviews/article/graf-orlock-doombox
  4. ^ http://exclaim.ca/Reviews/Metal/graf_orlock-doombox
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