Hidden Pleasures Of A Nonexistent Reality - 2003 - Morbid
S= NOEL KEMPER
G= Twenty Years Old, Haemorrhage>>RAMON>>Twenty Years Old, Haemorrhage
D= Devourment, Twenty Years Old, Haemorrhage, Heavenshore>>Dani>>Twenty
Years Old, Haemorrhage - Haemorrhage>>ROJAS>>Haemorrhage
Greenfly is another side-project for the Haemorrhage guys. The act is
named after the large fly with dirty and unhealthy connotations. It was
formed in 1992 and released a debut demo in 1994. The band broke up for
a while. The band was reactivated in 2001 with Ramon switching from
to guitar and a Monzon on vocals. The debut album was then recorded in
The band's debut CD was issued by Morbid Records in July of 2003. It
mastered by Peter Neuber at Megawimp Studio and featured a cover of
Death's Born Death.
GREENFLY - HIDDEN PLEASURES OF A NONEXISTENT REALITY - MORBID
Greenfly is another good release from Morbid records. The band is a side-project for the guys from Haemorrhage, so no prizes will be offered for guessing the band's style. The grindcore act does have the grating guitars, the barking vocals and the harsh overtones, but the structures are actually quite melodic. It's a review in contrasts, but when the band comes down the speed notch things actually fly quite smoothly. The bread and butter of the band and the genre is still the blasting fast parts and those are done quite well. The emphasis is on the instrumental parts, which only means more of the rhythmic attack of the Spaniards. A special mention goes to the band's intriguing choice of front and back cover artwork. Greenfly's album is a low-key side-project, which nonetheless should attract a few extreme grindcore and metal fanatics given the chance. - Ali "The Metallian"