Review : KILL THE CLIENT – "Set for Extinction"

Kill The Client Set For Extinction
Release date: 2010Oct26 (US)
Label: Relapse
Rating: 2/5

Hailing from Dallas TX, Kill The Client plays a blistering mix of grindcore in the vein of Brutal Truth and similar acts. They consist of Champ Morgan (vocals), Chris Richardson (guitar), James Delgado (bass) and Brian Fajardo (drums).

“No Leaders” starts things off with dirty grind & blast beats that is reminiscent of a turning stomach. It’s also the longest track on an album where the average song length is 1:20. “Questions To A Brick Wall” blows right by followed by “Dig Two Graves”.  There are little—if any—tracks that stand out, including “Pandemic”, “No Justice, No Peace” and “The Walking Dead”. They’re not enough.

As much as I hate to say this, I see few redeeming qualities about Set for Extinction. The songs are certainly as fast as they should be, but there is not much variation between them. Bleh. Color me bored.

FCC: 2, 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18
Try: Again

01. No Leaders
02. Questions To A Brick Wall
03. Dig Two Graves
04. As Roaches
05. Pressing The Flesh
06. Conflict Within
07. Pandemic
08. Vicious Slaughter
09. Final Days
10. Postmortem Exoneration
11. Industry Of Fear
12. No Justice No Peace
13. Targets In Straightjackets
14. Primetime Dogma
15. Death Of Reality
16. The Walking Dead
17. Purveyors Of Death
18. Customer Service
19. Cull The Herd


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