Chat Pile - God’s Country
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CLJesse
96

This album probably fucks your wife and your mother.

Chode
70

Damn bitch you live like this???

JoaoSantos
15

shit pile

Tielur
88

That stupid purple fuck didn't know what he had coming

surlace
92

WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE DO LIVE OUTSIDE?
WHY?

Plats
96

Chat Pile is a band I've been eyeing for a while, but it wasn't until I heard both of their 2019 EPs a few days ago where I was instantly obsessed with their sludgy noise rock sound! Now that they finally have their debut record out via based record label The Flenser, all I can say is... wow this album absolutely lived up to my expectations set by their EPs! The industrial beats and screamed vocals of "This Dungeon Earth", the post-punk undertones of "Remove Your Skin ... read more

Doofy
47

Slint Won’t Slint What Slint Want

MickyT
70

'God's Country' is good even if it's a bit on the overrated side. Maybe my expectations were a bit too high given the amount of hype Chat Pile has been receiving, there's most certainly quality here but the praise it's getting is a bit overblown in my opinion. Like this album doesn't exactly do much that's all that mind-blowing or new for most part, some of it is a bit derivative of Daughters brand of Noise Rock which wouldn't be an issue on its own if the production and the performances are ... read more

marvelgaryen
90

I prefer the Devil's Country but that's alright.

landlalt
78

"industrial revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race" - some random guy named ted

depechemode4lif
77

A visceral debut that presents a group with a lot of potential to grow. Hands down one of the more unique sounding noisy sludgy metal albums I have heard in a minute. The album may suffer from many of the facts that usually fault debuts, but generally speaking the band carves out a consistent sound for themselves even if I feel like they can grow and get better on future releases.

TheCarioca
82

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Jahcolate
96

Holy shit this album fucks

Flannel_
95

A harrowing cry for change in a hopeless world. Chat Pile are blasting the unheard voices of the people, and it's as incredibly expressive as it is a sad mirror of reality. Damn great.

Mr_Bedhead
98

I have been raised in this suburban culture of "you can be whatever you want when you grow up" and bill nye crts in science class. Parents often discouraged/expected more from me in everything I did. I do a lot of shit to my body to try and forget all of that, and it never works. It seems like this personal hell I've been living for the past ever isn't so personal after all. People are dying of more diseases, etc. The world is on fire, literally. We won't be missed. Peace

grnhll
89

God's Country takes you out of the comfort of your home and takes you to a nihilistic and decaying world, loaded with political commentary and themes related to capitalism, poverty and hopelessness. In this aspect, this album reminds me a lot to Hostile Architecture by Ashenspire (which I reviewed less than a day ago), and while it doesn't quite reach the same impact as that record, Chat Pile makes up for it with a really noisy and heavy instrumentation.

saucetester
74

he's angry

Schmedess
92

I’m in love????

NTCV
88

I was skeptical any band could scratch the same dark itch in the back of my cranium as Daughters (a comparison I’m sure Chat Pile would loathe), but here I am pleasantly surprised

joemo
88

A última música é simplesmente uma obra-prima e a performance do vocalista é absurdamente boa e me lembra em partes o Isaac (Black Country, New Road).

The_Noose
80

Preliminary Thoughts

More than anything, God's Country is exciting for the foundational elements it lays out and the potential for future mayhem that Chat Pile display. The combination of grime-caked guitars, reverbed and blunt drums, and manic vocals create an utterly dismal and thoroughly distinct sound that makes for an ugly catharsis many bands struggle to find.

I will say that the album tends to not venture outside its comfort zone much and there are a couple detours that don't pan out ... read more

Warnerchild
90

oh my - this must be how people felt when they first heard bleach in 1989

Logiar
75

Chad Pile - McDonald's

AnalVape
93

Chat Pile's God's Country is easily the best metal album I've heard all year. Being a heavy, hearty, beefy, and THICK noisy sludgy loud industrial metal album, God's Country is pretty linear, yet somehow, offers so much throughout it's entire 40 minutes. While listening to this album and browsing info on the band, I realized I've already listened to this band before. Spotify randomly recommended me Remove Your Skin Please, and what I heard from that was excellent, so it was a pleasant surprise ... read more

MagnetoJenkins
81

Holy hell I loved this.
Full disclosure: I am not a real metal fan. I usually only like metal if it borders on being a different genre. So this naturally scratched my itch. In so many ways.

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