September 22, 2010

☼ Dogpile - Revved Up, Wiped Out, Battered, Shattered, Creamed And Reamed / Black Fag [October 2009 re-post]



Dogpile was a Canadian post-punk-aggro-industrial-metal band with a deviant hetero taste for gay pornography. They released a few albums on the Electrip label in the early '90s, that mixed a really heavy guitar sound with an aggressive vokill delivery reminiscent of Skinny Puppy with hints of black metal. Some say they were much heavier than their contemporaries like Godflesh, but never quite as recognized.
That's a pretty accurate description... the vokillz really do sound like pure black metal vocals... and the music is hard-driving Godflesh-meets-Ministry, but not as fast paced.

☼ Dogpile - Revved Up, Wiped Out, Battered, Shattered, Creamed And Reamed



Release Year(s): 1991
Artist(s) Country: Canada
Label(s): Electrip

Track Listing:
01. Slow Evil (4:17)
02. Revved Up, Wiped Out, Battered, Shattered, Creamed And Reamed (0:05)
03. Gutter Of NYC (4:44)
04. Cross The Ocean (6:01)
05. Head On (6:13)
06. Red Lead (3:58)
07. El Niño Muerto (5:08)
08. Power (6:02)
09. Cherry (3:53)

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☼ Dogpile - Black Fag



Release Year(s): 1992
Artist(s) Country: Canada
Label(s): Electrip

Track Listing:
01. Orangal Eval (7:09)
02. Rub-Out (5:25)
03. Ditch Bitch (4:19)
04. Bruiser (4:30)
05. Inferno (4:04)
06. Heavenly Poison (3:59)
07. Penetration (5:09)
08. Seething (5:31)
09. Poundcake (4:36)
10. Avalanche Of Despair (5:09)

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

scato said...

Ok, this is really damn good. How have I never heard of these guys?

Dogpile said...

There will be a brand new Dogpile single out around the end of 2010. Check nastyspotting.blogspot.com for updates.

Tom Of Finland said...

Cheers!
You wouldn't happen to be in possession of Live butt plugged, now would you?

Anonymous said...

"Revved up" actually has 10 tracks - it's missing track 7 (Buddy Seat).

Anonymous said...

million thanks for this!
I've been looking for these albums for ages, since my cassettes are slowly fading away.
an awesome band, it's a shame they were so unknown.