From: Trieste, Italy
Last Known Status: Active
Latest Grime News
Below is our complete Grime news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
16 has announced the "Deep Cuts Over Europe" tour with Italian sludge heroes Grime. Dates are as follows:
5th April 2014 Milano, Italy Lo Fi Club
6th April 2014 Nova Gorica, Slovenia Mostovna
7th April 2014 Prague, Czech 007 Club
8th April 2014 Leipzig, Germany Plaque
9th April 2014 Copenhagen, Denmark KB18
10th April 2014 Hamburg, Germany Hafenklang
11th April 2014 Berlin, Germany Köpi
12th April 2014 Tilburg, The Netherlands Roadburn Festival More...
Today the rabble-rousers at The Obelisk hurl forth a hump day surprise in the form of a full stream of "Deteriorate" from Italian sludge dealers Grime. Check it out at this location.
Self-described by Grime as the sound of “a decaying swamp filled with trash,” the "Deteriorate" release was recorded at Igloo Audiofactory in Italy by Enrico Baraldi and mixed and mastered by sound wizard Billy Anderson.
"Deteriorate" will see official release on LP via Forcefield Records on a new date of July 9th, 2013. It will be available in two different color variants on 180 gram vinyl encased with black dust sleeves and full color jackets with a poster and download card. The limited run is oxygen rich blood haze of oxblood red and grimace purple and a larger run of grey and red haze. Pre-orders are available at this location.
The evildoers at Cvlt Nation are currently soiling the lands with an exclusive track premiere of “Giving Up” from Italian sludge deviants Grime. Check out the song right here. The following press release was also issued about the track:
"The filthy little number comes courtesy of the band’s forthcoming new full-length 'Deteriorate.' The follow-up to their six-track self-released debut spews forth a severing platter of dirgy deliciousness fit for bong hitting, grave robbing and general acts of debauchery. Self-described as the sound of 'a decaying swamp filled with trash,' Grime’s slow, heavy groove is earnest and vicious; their gargantuan guitar riffs, sharp and crusted with rust. Recorded at Igloo Audiofactory in Italy by Enrico Baraldi and mixed and mastered by sound wizard Billy Anderson Deteriorate’s eight tracks reek of animosity and disgust! Fans of Iron Monkey, Noothgrush, Grief and Eyehategod, beware." More...
Richmond, Virginia-based Forcefield Records is pleased to announce the signing of Italian doom miscreants Grime. The following press release was issued about the deal:
"Forged just three years ago in Trieste, Italy, Grime spews a cogent wall of filth, decay and soul-scarring sludge metal battery. Their forthcoming offering comes in the form of the fittingly dubbed 'Deteriorate.'
"The follow-up to their six-track self-released debut, which Pure Grain Audio simply called 'dirty-as-fuck,' offers up a bottom heavy exhibition of severing doom derived of misanthropy, anguish and hurt feelings. Self-described as the sound of 'a decaying swamp filled with trash,' Grime’s slow, heavy groove is earnest and vicious, their mammoth guitar riffs are sharp and crusted with rust, their drums and bass hit with the unstoppable power of a violent mudslide.
"Deteriorate’s eight tracks were recorded at Igloo Audiofactory in Italy by Enrico Baraldi, mixed and mastered by sound wizard Billy Anderson and will see official release on CD, LP and digitally via Forcefield Records May 7th. Fans of Iron Monkey, Noothgrush, Grief and Eyehategod are demanded to pay heed.
"Grime's ultimate goal is delivering their sonic destruction to a town near yours and next week they’ll do it alongside Richmond doomdoers Cough (on select dates). The short but deviant run will begin in Slovenia and charge through Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, and the Czech Republic before coming to a close in Austria. See you in Hell, Europe." More...
Grime is streaming it's entire recent six-song debut EP, which you can play below. The demo EP from this Italian band kicks off with an intro from Scorcese's "Cape Fear" and goes right into a half hour of sludge metal. This EP is on the U.K. label Mordgrimm, on which Grime will release a full-length by autumn of 2012. More...