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Blood Run

by Unsane

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Bobby Stover This album
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calyx71 a rough aural journey into the catacombs of dark bloody and heavy existence a train ride through the tunnels of hell but addictive listening it's an album I always feel the strange need to listen to again and again Favorite track: Hammered Out.
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Backslide 04:11
Release 02:35
Killing Time 04:55
Got It Down 03:42
Hammered Out 04:43
D Train 02:19
Anything 03:27
Recovery 03:45
Latch 02:42
Dead Weight 07:03


While it’s currently in vogue for hardcore, metal and cock rock bands to reform in a last ditch effort to avoid real work and relive past glories, Unsane’s resurrection was more an inevitability than a cash-grab. After all, despite being legendary New York noise nihilists and undeniably influencing countless facets of the aggressive underground since their inception in 1989, Unsane have always been under the radar, making Blood Run unfinished business. And while it has been seven years since Occupational Hazard, Unsane has lost none of the abrasive bile and dissonant scraping their rep was carved with. From the opening spikes of a heavy vehicle’s "backing-up” warning, Blood Run slowly and inexorably grinds forward, the distorted screamed vocals shredding the remnants of Spencer’s chords, dissonant, abrasive guitars scouring away like a cheese grater on flesh and über-heavy distorted bass and precision drumming anchoring the punishment. While some bands of comparable legendary status have softened with time, Unsane continue to further their legacy instead of languishing in it.

Chris Gramlich,


released April 26, 2005

2005, Lamb Unlimited


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Unsane New York, New York

Unsane founding member, guitarist and vocalist Chris Spencer has announced the launch of his own label Lamb Unlimited as a means to make the majority of the Unsane catalogue and other associated projects available under one roof. This will include the first two Unsane albums, originally issued by Matador Records, which have NEVER been available digitally. ... more

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