Released through Indisciplinarian in November, Piss Vortex delivered the contorted and demented, noise-laden crust/grind/hardcore PISS VORTEX has been quickly known for throughout their hometown of Copenhagen and beyond live, captured through fourteen searing tracks in twenty-three minutes.
Directed by Christopher Leo Andersen and Kasper Rebien, the newly created video for the album’s “Devouring Intent,” though brief, does accurate job of documenting the mayhem of the band’s live shows cut into a collage of their impressions from a cold, wintery Copenhagen, perfectly reflecting the chaotic and aggressive nature of the band and their unusual take on grindcore. Cvlt Nation issues with the video, “PISS VORTEX know how to create music that channels their aggression into a chaotic mass of razor wire that shreds your ear canals as it forces its way into your head!”
In addition to several other newly booked sporadic Danish tour dates, Indisciplinarian, the label cult responsible for the release of Piss Vortex, has confirmed a string of label nights over the coming months, which the band will most definitely be taking part in the festivities. PISS VORTEX will hit the stage on these label galas alongside instrumental noise/prog manglers, Fossils, and epic, blackened hardcore crew, Anti Ritual. More dates will be announced soon.
PISS VORTEX Tour Dates:
2/28/2015 Obscene – Roskilde DK w/ Justin Hate
3/26/2015 Stengade – Copenhagen DK – Indisciplinarian Label Night w/ Fossils, Anti Ritual
3/27/2015 Radar – Aarhus DK – Indisciplinarian Label Night w/ Fossils, Anti Ritual
3/28/2015 1000fryd – Aalborg DK – Indisciplinarian Label Night w/ Fossils, Anti Ritual
4/16/2015 Jazzhouse – Copenhagen DK w/Retox
6/12/2015 TBA – DK)- Indisciplinarian Label Night w/ Fossils, Anti Ritual
6/13/2015 Von Hatten – Randers DK)- Indisciplinarian Label Night w/ Fossils, Anti Ritual
Delivering destructive, vile, next-level grindcore, PISS VORTEX’s hectic tour de force in relentless creativity and off-the-wall musicianship here melds elements baring semblance at times to Antigama, Deadguy, Gorguts, Napalm Death, Discordance Axis, Rotten Sound and others, but in their own demented delivery. Their self-titled debut album was produced by Jakob Reichert Nielsen (Lack, Rising, Anti Ritual) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, High On Fire, Nails).