A horrible hack

the Catlin Elm - Coma Regalia

split

Year Released: 2012
Format: 7"
Label: Middle Man Records
 
Reviewed by Nadia Almashoor on Dec 30, 2012
Itís always a joyride on the DeLorean when it comes to Coma Regalia and their chronies. The Catlin Elm couldíve easily been on the same bill as Julia or Ordination of Aaron or Current but posed a different name back then, met Dr Emmet Brown, got themselves frozen up and now here they are again in 2012, with stronger devotion and better hoverboards and Airwalk Pumps.

As for Coma Regalia, Iím pretty sure they spawned from the most sought-after surrogate who hosted donors from Neil Perry, Usurp Synapse, and possibly Joshua Fit For Battle. There is no other logic to this. They are indeed a progeny of such resplendent and infectious psychopathy that it would be the greatest debacle in hardcore history if their Midas curse was ever lifted from them. And if that time ever comes, there better be other descendants worthy enough to inherit their forefathersí empires.


Recommended record by Collective Zine!

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