this record has been very formative for me, I was well aware of similar mathcore bands but these guys had something special in their writing.
Favorite track: Riding Dead Horses is a Fucking Curse.
After taking the underground by storm with their debut EP in 2006, 'Transmetropolitan' gave War From a Harlots Mouth world wide recognition once it hit the scene in September 2007.
WFAHM went from a side project to a heavily touring band within just a couple of months and soon spread their chaotic mix of Mathcore, Grindcore and Hardcore across the globe.
'Transmetropolitan' combined influences such as The Red Chord, Between the Buried and Me as well as Cephalic Carnage and energized them with a no bullshit Berlin Hardcore attitude. In combination with the band's excessive live shows, the album gained an undeniable cult following.
This reissue features a remaster by guitarist Simon (Sludge Studios), which - rather than being louder than the original - offers a more dynamic range and much clearer, more aggressive edge.
Long story short: 'Transmetropolitan' sounds better than ever!
released May 1, 2020
War From a Harlots Mouth were (at the time of the recording):
Steffen Winopal - Vocals
Simon Hawemann - Guitars
Daniel Oberländer - Guitars
Filip Hantusch - Bass
Paul Seidel - Drums
Recorded and mixed by Florian Nowak at Dailyhero Recordings, 2007.
Remastered by Simon "Sludge" Hawemann at Sludge Studios, 2020.
Artwork by: Bastian "Basti Basti" Sobtzick.
Simon and Paul (ex-WFAHM) started Nightmarer in 2014 and took the most extreme elements of 'Voyeur' to an even darker, much more metallic level. Also check their new single 'Primordial Grit'! War From A Harlots Mouth
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