Sophomore release by Lublin's Ohyda. Picking up where their self-titled LP left in 2016 their new 12" ups the feedback, aggression, and psychedelic-infused hardcore of their previous release to new levels. Sonically Ohyda are dark and anthemic, with a ferocious guitar tone and delay vocals backed up by an extremely solid rhythm section. Not afraid of riffs or creating atmospheric passages leading to explosions of noise full of nightmarish visions of the current world. Imagine Abaddon meeting Hawkwind at Jarocin Festival then using Cress's gear to write an album of distorted, quasi industrial hardcore. If the class of 1984 Polish hardcore had dreamed of what the future would sound, it will be close to Koszmar.
Sophomore release by Lublin's Ohyda. Picking up where their self-titled LP left in 2016 their new 12" ups the feedback, aggression, and psychedelic-infused hardcore of their previous release to new levels. Sonically Ohyda are dark and anthemic, with a ferocious guitar tone and delay vocals backed up by an extremely solid rhythm section. Not afraid of riffs or creating atmospheric passages leading to explosions of noise full of nightmarish visions of the current world. Imagine Abaddon meeting Hawkwind at Jarocin Festival then using Cress's gear to write an album of distorted, quasi industrial hardcore. If the class of 1984 Polish hardcore had dreamed of what the future would sound, it will be close to Koszmar.
5056321620835

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Format: Vinyl
Label: LVDA
Rel. Date: 12/06/2019
UPC: 5056321620835

Koszmar
Artist: Ohyda
Format: Vinyl
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Sophomore release by Lublin's Ohyda. Picking up where their self-titled LP left in 2016 their new 12" ups the feedback, aggression, and psychedelic-infused hardcore of their previous release to new levels. Sonically Ohyda are dark and anthemic, with a ferocious guitar tone and delay vocals backed up by an extremely solid rhythm section. Not afraid of riffs or creating atmospheric passages leading to explosions of noise full of nightmarish visions of the current world. Imagine Abaddon meeting Hawkwind at Jarocin Festival then using Cress's gear to write an album of distorted, quasi industrial hardcore. If the class of 1984 Polish hardcore had dreamed of what the future would sound, it will be close to Koszmar.