Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Janus' Top 20 of 2010

Janus' Top 20 2010
Oh yes it is that time of the year again... Time to reveal what albums I have listened to the most in the past 12 months, according to

I have left out the Kusari Gama Kill releases.

Here goes:

1. Gore Beyond Necropsy - Noise-A-Go-Go!!!!
2. Napalm Death - From Enslavement To Obliteration
3. Insect Warfare - World Extermination
4. Sayyadina - The Great Northern Revisited
5. Wadge - Double Take Hawai'ian Style
6. Cripple Bastards - Your Lies In Check
7. Nashgul - Humanicidio
8. Otomo Yoshihide - The Night Before The Death Of The Sampling Virus
9. Napalm Death - Scum
10. Agoraphobic Nosebleed - Bestial Machinery (ANb Discography vol 1)
11. Gore Beyond Necropsy - Go! Filth!! Go!!!
12. Crass - Christ The Album/Well Forked-But Not Dead
13. Napalm Death - Utopia Banished
14. Insect Warfare - Endless Execution Through Violent Restitution
15. Various Artists - This Comp Kills Fascists
16. Various Artists - Grind Madness At The BBC
17. Anal Cunt - Everyone Should Be Killed
18. Crass - Stations Of The Crass
19. Melt-Banana - Charlie
20. Weekend Nachos - Punish And Destroy/Torture

All sweet albums!

Have a fantastic New Years Eve!

See you in 2011.


Sunday, 12 December 2010

Great review of Small Doses

The great blog has made a very thorough review of Small Doses, taking the time to analyse all 100 tracks!

Read the entire review here!

The Kusari Gama Kill review goes as follows:
64 – KUSARI GAMA KILL – 1000 Blasted Bodies
Back in the golden era of MySpace Kusari Gama Kill nominated me one of their sideburns bros. Amazing. Bleeps, bent waves, noises, distortions, digital drum patterns. Everything on this track is well balanced and co-operate to create a funny and entertaining song, topped with a metal sounding (not the genre, the material!) vocal line. Amazing, as always!

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Small Doses fuckin KILLS

I just received my copies of this baby from Mortville, and it totally SLAYS! Get them while they are hot!

Kusari Gama Kill on iTunes

Indeedy so, for those of you who never dreamt of surfing the blogs for goodies, we have put Chaos Surge on iTunes. Just search for Kusari Gama Kill. Enjoy!!

Saturday, 6 November 2010

Small Doses II

Go buy!!

Small Doses

This baby featuring 100 songs by 100 bands (yes including Kusari Gama Kill) is on its way to release by Mortville.

In other news, tuesday I am going to see The Residents live in Copenhagen. Very exciting!

Have a brilliant weekend!

Noise out!

Saturday, 30 October 2010

Two split tapes out NOW

Hooray! These beautiful cassettes just arrived, 8 copies of our new split with Gorgonized Dorks and some other bands, and 10 copies (4 white sleeved and 6 black sleeved) of our split tape with THC Eradicus. All the KGK material on these tapes is previously unreleased. Contact me on twitter @sortebob or @kusarigamakill or on myspace for trades...

Monday, 25 October 2010

Some older videos

Extreme Chaos Noise Assault video made by Jules Elling and Emil Brahe

Deviant video made by Feralfangmedia

If you are a videomaker or visual artist, and like Kusari Gama Kill, feel free to make videos for our songs, all we need is a link so we can promote them too...

Jazz out spaceheads!


Friday, 8 October 2010

THC Eradicus/Kusari Gama Kill split cassette


For sale now on eBay, go here.

Twenty minutes of abrasive noise for you!! Exclusive track from KGK!!

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Melt-Banana in Copenhagen and more

All of Kusari Gama Kill (me and Martin) went to see Melt-Banana tear Copenhagen a new asshole this tuesday. They were more intense and tight than I had hoped, and if you get the chance to see them perform, please don't hestitate!!

I gave them a copy of Collapsing In, to listen to in the Van, maybe they will give feedback?
Kusari Gama Kill news soon to come, along with recommendations for what music to listen to... I will try to expand the use of this blog.

Have a grind day!


Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Chaos Surge out today!! For FREE!!

Finally it is out! We have waited rather a long time for this. Our third full length Chaos Surge is out now on Robo! Robotica - go to to download this beauty for free.

The description reads: 
"The doctor is in and he says you need a little electro grind therapy. Kusari Gama Kill gives you just what you need to get you through this traumatic state of your life. 29 deliciously crafted tracks from 2 of the most influential grind artists today from Denmark. Janus and Martin bring you Chaos Surge. Their first release through Robo! and hopefully not their last. Get ready to get your face totally grinded in one track at at time. -RR!"

Please enjoy and tell your friends!

Also visit for more groovy noises!!


Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Crucial Blast review of Collapsing In

This just in: Crucial Blast review of Collapsing In:

"Spanish label RONF is back with their first manufactured Cd release, a split between notorious noisecore pioneers Seven Minutes Of Nausea and OTT electronic blasters Kusari Gama Kill.
Once again, Seven Minutes Of Nausea crams more than a hundred of their insane fifteen-second bursts of micro-nuke grindnoise into a single long track, which they've titled "List Of Insignificance". It's just over eighteen minutes of brutality distilled into base elements of splattered drum machines, ultra-distorted bass and guitar noise, creepy background samples and vomitous gargling vokills. It's impossible to discern one 7MON track from another, but that's hardly the point of all of this. This is totally devoid of anything remotely recognizable as musicality. It's total warfare, an endless onslaught of microscopic anti-riffs swarming over bleak industrial drone and second-long bursts of spastic light speed hardcore. Samples of howling wolves arise in the distance, while the drummer atacks his kit in a flurry of amphetamine-fueled caveman pummel. Imagine Sore Throat remixed by Gerogerigegege. Or Napalm Death’s "You Suffer" covered by a malfunctioning garbage disposal unit.
Kusari Gama Kill are one of my favorite newer noisecore outfits. Their previous discs on RONF are all pretty killer, and they incorporate heavy use of digital effects into their short, thirty second eruptions of zombie obsessed grind-chaos. On their half of this split, the Danish maniacs deliver eighteen tracks of crazed electronic beats, fried digital noise, fucked-up hyperspeed gabber blasts, and hoarse, fearsome vokills that sound like a demon screaming from inside the guts of a Commodore 64 system, with titles like "Zombie Riot", "Urban Dead" "Ransacking The Mall" and "Headshots Galore". It's like grindcore being composed exclusively using sampled computer game sound effects, like Merzbow remixing early Earache speedcore, an extreme blasting vortex of hard drive speed violence. The exception is "Nausea Revisited", a ten minute track that appears to be the members of Kusari Gama Kill remixing 7MON material into a massive creeping dronescape of low end thrum, ominous drone and spacey effects, and time-stretched grindbursts that shifts between stuff that sounds like Bastard Noise mixed with droning grind guitars and stretches of death industrial-like heaviness. Very cool. Digi-violence freaks who dig stuff like Noism, Dataclast and Agoraphobic Nosebleed need to check these guys out. 
Limited edition of 300 copies"

Go to:

For your Kusari Gama Kill needs.

Love and noise

Friday, 28 May 2010


Kusari Gama Kill play Lades in Copenhagen next thursday, June 3rd. Doors at 21, entrance fee is 40 DKK.
We play as support for WHOURKR.
More info here:

Join us in this elektrogrindparty!

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Support R.O.N.F. Records

Hello noiseheads. Spring has sprung, and at the Kusari Gama Kill hq we are preparing for summer, the shorts have been scraped clean, and all our fave Merzbow and Napalm Death shirts are once again flashed on our pale and fat bodies.

At our beloved label R.O.N.F. Records, they are hard at work making new and exciting releases for the frothing masses, but in order to do so, they need some cash. This is where you come in. Go to and order a cd or two. Skip a couple of beers next weekend, and use the money on noise! You'll be a happier and healthier person!

Support the scene!


Sunday, 14 March 2010

Collapsing In - 7MON/KGK split out NOW

Collapsing In is out now on R.O.N.F. Records/Ecocentric Records. 300 copies, on pro cd. Note, this is NO cd-r! 36 minutes of abrasive noisecore from yours truly and the legendary Seven Minutes of Nausea!

Buy now!

Take it sleazy!


Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Kusari Gama Kill/Gorgonized Dorks split in the works

Yay! The legendary Gorgonized Dorks have agreed to make a split with Kusari Gama Kill. Last time we shared a release was on the 7-way split cd-r "Destroy After Use" on S.A.O.R.S. Records back in 2008.

More info to follow!

Saturday, 20 February 2010

Soon out! Split c-21 tape!

With the mighty THC Eradicus, only 50 copies will be made!

The KGK part is an unreleased live recording from 2006 featuring Mr. Sten Ove Toft on guest vocals alongside Janus and Martin on a 10 minute free form noiseathon.

More info to follow!

Saturday, 13 February 2010

Collapsing In out very soon!

Yes! The moment you all have waited for has almost come! The Seven Minutes Of Nausea/Kusari Gama Kill split cd "Collapsing In" is out any minute now on R.O.N.F. Records/Ecocentric Records.

Go buy, or die!

Grinding NoiseCore Madness!!

Also remember to go to M/S Stubnitz on monday to see Kusari Gama Kill, Nesseria and Whourkr live!

Monday, 8 February 2010

Kusari Gama Kill play Motorship Stubnitz on February 15th 2010 with Nesseria and Whourkr

Hello beautiful sailors. Monday next week we play M/S Stubnitz in Copenhagen with Nesseria and Whourkr.

Come along and have a blast (beat). Brring cash, as they don't accept cards.


Doors 20:00

Kusari Gama Kill 21:00

Nesseria 22:00

Whourkr 23:00



Thursday, 21 January 2010

4 Way Split Tape Out Now

Gahroooveh! OUT NOW:

Deche-Charge, Human Jerky, VRV & Kusari Gama Kill 4 way split tape out now on S.A.O.R.S. Only 123 made, get yours NOW!!

Total noisecore holocaust!!

Sunday, 10 January 2010

Kusari Gama Kill play Motorship Stubnitz on February 15th 2010

We have been asked to play support for French grinders Nesseria on the legendary Motorship Stubnitz on February 15th 2010.

More info to follow.

Love and blast beats!

Friday, 8 January 2010

A quick note

Hell-o. Just a short post to let you know that the releases of the splits with Seven Minutes Of Nausea and Wadge plus the Chaos Surge album are approaching.

We will keep you posted!

Also much indicates that Scott Hull will master the Wadge split!

New tracks up soon at myspace!

Happy new year all noisefreaks and grindheads!

Blast beats for ever!


Buy this! Notice the Kusari Gama Kill mention! Tres cool!

Two live recordings make up this blistering cassette from the Floridian noisecore band Nuclear II, which is actually a solo project from Rick Smith, who is probably better known to most of you as the drummer for sludgepop titans Torche and grinders Shitstorm. As Nuclear II, Rick kicks up a furious storm of harsh, ultra-distorted improvised blastnoise using just a minimal drum kit and triggered noise, blasting shockwaves of brutal distortion through an amplifier as he whips up a tornado assault of blastbeats and rolls on his kit. It's a vicious noisecore attack that reminds me of Seven Minutes Of Nausea and their super-short blasts of percussive noise, but Nuclear II's "songs" are even more difficult to discern, and the two live sets that are documented on the Population Decimation cassette each feel like a non-stop ten-plus minute wall of blasting mayhem, an endless assault of furious freeform drumming that veers chaotically between hyper speed blastbeats and frantic free-jazz fills. The deafening blasts of bass-heavy noise and oscillating feedback that Rick emits over his percussive battery are strafed by shrieking harpy vokills, unleashing radioactive fire over the orgy of apocalyptic free-grind destruction. Sounds a whole lot like Masonna and Anal Cunt and Seven Minutes Of Nausea and the noisiest, most brutal free-jazz drumming imaginable, all smashed together in a skull-shredding cacophony. Sweet! The two live sets featured here are both from September 2009, one taken from a show at Claustrophobia Inc. in Gainesville, Florida, and the other from Radioactive Records in Fort Lauderdale. If yer a fan of stuff like Nikudorei, Deche-Charge, Anal Cunt, 7MON, Nihilist Commando, Kusari Gama Kill, New York Against The Belzebu, Anal Massaker, Arsedestroyer, Ptao and Sore Throat, you'll love this shit. We nabbed some of the last copies of this super-limited cassette, which is limited to 99 copies and packaged in black and white sleeves on professionally manufactured cassettes. Oh, and you can check out a clip of Nuclear II live on Youtube here: . Total mayhem! © CRUCIAL BLAST