Grünt Grünt vs [P​.​U​.​T] - split CD (pogo 064)

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special thanks to GRUNT GRUNT, all labels & people who help us for this record and to Alexis Horellou

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INTERVIEW:
undergroundmusickzine.blogspot.be/2015/04/put-interview.html

RADIOS
disagreement.net/radio/playlists/playlist150412.html
bepicrespan.blogspot.be/2015/06/bepi-crespan-presents-citr-fm-1019-07.html

RADIOS SUPPORT:
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REVIEWS:

(...)Then we have [P.U.T.] band of 3 brothers living in Paris/Brussels mesmerizing with their top notch perfection in expressing what they seek in their songs. Pure emotions, anger and the power to capture your imaginations with their unique blend of doom and industrial influence is mind blowing. The band is around from 1998 and that quiet can make an impression how they might be sounding.
The best part of the split is they sounded so good after being put together, one side is like the rapid spread of explosion and the other seems to make your brain calm and create some energy in you which instantly makes you stronger. I won’t bla more so check out the split by your own risk. I am having fun anyway so dig it, share around and keep smashing.
metaljesusmagazine.wordpress.com/2015/04/28/review-grunt-grunt-vs-p-u-t-split-cd/

(...) weird jagged rhythms are punched out with echoes of Bauhaus at their most experimental.(...)
mrstu616.blogspot.be/2015/08/grunt-grunt-vs-put-split-ep-cd-review.html

(....) gestiscono al meglio l’ampia porzione di split a loro dedicata (all’incirca venti minuti). Quattro i pezzi, sudici tessitori di note malate e ciondolanti, il loro sludge viene intriso dentro i detriti di una qualche fatiscente industria, con sensazioni dark poste a fluttuare tra pazzia e ben palpabile corrosione. Lentamente si finisce schiavi della loro trama, tanto che non vorremmo affatto finirla con l’ultima Under Most Darkest Sea. Sicuramente degne di nota l’atmosfera ovattata ed “insistita” di Fear e l’autentico inno/manifesto Industrial Vs. Forest (con un basso bellamente stuprato).(...)
www.disfactory.it/recensione-grunt-grunt-vs-p-u-t-split-cd/

(...) Asfixiantes en todo momento, los 3 hermanos irradian una energía negativa que fluye bajo nubes de radiación densa, pesada. Tienden a crear composiciones que parten de un riff monolítico y una base repetitiva, y sobre esa estructura es que van introduciendo sonidos apocalípticos y alienantes, elementos que se van incrementando hasta unirse y conformar una sola turbulencia sonora sostenida por capas y capas de sonidos. Por cierto, aquí toca uno de los integrantes de Missiles of October, banda que adoro.(...)
puroruido.blogspot.com.ar/2015/08/grunt-grunt-vs-put-split.html

(....)Il primo gruppo sono i [P.U.T], tre loschi figuri che vivono fra Parigi e Bruxelles, sulla strada dal 1998 con un interessante misto fra noise, sludge ed industrial. La loro musica attrae ed è molto oscura, un mix parecchio stimolante. La loro grande esperienza li porta a sbagliare raramente canzone, e con un bel carico sulle spalle salgono sicuri la ripida salita della coerenza musicale.(....)
8/10
www.iyezine.com/grunt-grunt-vs-p-u-t

This is a review of a split album between France's Grunt Grunt and [P.U.T] which was released by Pogo Records and we will start off the review with Grunt Grunt a band that plays a mixture of grindcore and power violence.
Their side of the split starts out with spoken word samples before going into more of a brutal grindcore direction along with a great amount of blast beats and high pitched screams and the music also brings in mid paced parts and death metal growls at times and you can also hear a touch of punk and power violence in the bands musical style and the last track brings in a small amount of keyboards, the production sound s very powerful while the lyrics cover hateful themes.
In my opinion Grunt Grunt are a very great sounding mixture of power violence and grindcore and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "2" and "6'.
Next up is [P.U.T} a band that plays a mixture of sludge and noise.
Their side of the split starts off with some drones and a minute later heavy and melodic guitar riffs are added into the music along with some programmed beats and aggressive vocals that are much closer to industrial metal and the slow heavy riffs bring in element s of sludge and doom and as their side of the split progresses more traces of noise are added into the music and all of the instruments have a very powerful sound to them, the production sounds very powerful while the lyrics cover dark themes.
In my opinion [P.U.T] are a very great sounding mixture of sludge, industrial and noise and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Fear" and "Under Most Darkest Sea".
In conclusion i feel this is a very great sounding split and I would recommend it to all fans of grindcore, sludge and industrial. 8 out of 10.
hatredmeanswar3.blogspot.be/2015/03/grunt-gruntputpogo-records2015-split-cd.html

(...)Questa sorta di varco/cloaca infernale si presta per traghettarci nella seconda parte del disco: quella dominata dai demoniaci [P.U.T], interessante noise/sludge band belga (Brussel) dal trasporto inquieto e soffocante. With The Evil, legittima dichiarazione di intenti, cede il passo alla granitica Fear, esecuzione di impronta industrial/noise. Una fusione tra Unsane e Godflesh con piglio punk, per rendere l'idea. Meno convincente è la strumentale Industrial Vs. Forest visto che l'apporto della voce è di sicuro necessaria all'identità della band. Under Most Darkest Sea chiude l'esperienza proposta confermando la dinamica propulsione industrial che intossica il suono dei nostri eroi. Insomma pochi fronzoli per i primi e riflessivi scenari apocalittici per i secondi. Un'accoppiata coraggiosa e inusuale per un singolare split da cui si esce piuttosto appagati se avvezzi ai generi in questione, ma rischiosamente insoddisfatti se si cercano territori non ancora esplorati.(....)
www.distorsioni.net/canali/dischi/split-cd

(....) J'en arrive a P.U.T, le morceau qui ouvre leur partie, me fait vachement penser au groupe L'ORGRE et son» festin de chaire». Le grind est bien loin et a laissé sa place a quelques chose qui flirt avec l'indus ,le glauque et l'électro glauque, quoiqu'il en soit c'est glauque quoi!
Premier titre et grosse surprise! La seconde compo est de la même trempe ,et trempée dans le même moule que la première,et je reste totalement conquis par cette musique assez malsaine dans l’ambiance. Le chant semble chuchoté, totalement happé par la noirceur de la musique qui défile.
Je pense une fois de plus au groupe L'orgre, mais [P.U.T] a inséré une gratte rythmique,qui dans mes souvenirs n’apparaît pas dans les compo de L'orgre, quoique j'ai un doute la...
Les quatre titres de [P.U.T] sont excellent et le pari de P.O.G.O rec est totalement remplit car ,c'est une bonne surprise ce petit mélange de style.
Du grind et du «sludge» sur la même galette ,çà pourrait surprendre mais ,bien au contraire, les zik se marient superbement bien. C'est du bon ,du tout bon et de la bonne découverte!Une note? 16/20,
Ah oui au fait, superbe pochette ,qui m'a laissé dans l'interrogation la plus totale, jusqu'à ce que j'entende les groupes."
www.facebook.com/pages/Nonoisenogood/1538436469761330?fref=nf

(...)Interessanter, da wesentlich vielfältiger, ist das Brüdertrio [P.U.T], das schon 1998 anfing Musik zu machen. Die Drei spielen eine sehr eigenwillige und sonderbare Mischung aus Sludge, Industrial und Noise. [P.U.T] erzeugen dabei eine fesselnde und zugleich auch verstörende Atmosphäre.

Neben vereinzelten, eher klassisch doomigen Parts, gibt es auch viele elektronische Einflüsse. Das Trio beweist dabei eine Vorliebe für repetitive Melodien und Harmonien – was das Ganze sehr düster, makaber und sinister macht. Mir gefallen diese Kompositionen aber sehr gut, da sie kraftvolle Elemente des Sludges geschickt und wirkungsvoll mit Industrial verschmelzen. Industrial mit Metal zu mischen ist zwar ein alter Hut, doch [P.U.T] interpretieren diese Vermischung eigenständig, zumal sie auch den Sludge eher unorthodox auslegen und unter anderem an den Punkrock erinnernde Riffs einstreuen.(...)
fons-immortalis.com/gruent-gruent-p-u-t-split/

Ich find ja Death-Grind-Powerviolence-Bands, die 100 oder mehr Songs im Repertoire haben ganz lustig, keine Ahnung, wie deren Setlist bei Live-Shows aussieht, Grünt Grünt haben da aber sicher keine Probleme mit, da sie ihre Songs mit fortlaufenden Nummern betitelt haben. Das Schlagzeug hört sich an wie meine Ape im Leerlauf, der Gesang geht in Richtung hochgepitchtes Froschgequake, was ja wiederum irgendwie passt, Grunt Grunt kommen ja aus Froschschenkel-Frankreich, harr harr. Insgesamt sechs Songs, fünf davon unter einer Minute und ein letzter Song, der etwas länger als die 5 Songs davor zusammen ist. P.U.T. aus Brüssel dann etwas langsamer, etwas Sludge, Doom und Industrial (die Sirenen bei Fear). Holt’s euch als Name Your Price-Download und nervt damit eure Nachbarn!
borderlinefuckup.com/2015/05/01/quergehort-calvacades-grunt-grunt-p-u-t-gut-feeling-indian-summer-westward-ho-native-wildlife-orbit-the-earth-the-tidal-sleep-pylon-mixtape-the-spouds-statues-yersinia/

"Untypical', that was the word I was looking for when I first heard the music on this split album. Pogo Records, the label that has also brought us Missiles Of October and several other artists, now unleashed a very untypical combination of two very untypical bands. The result, available on CD and as a digital download, is surprising, bizarre and out of this world.
Let's start with Grünt Grünt. This epileptic grindcore band recorded six songs for this album. Five of them are short, extreme blasts of sickening grindcore with hyperspeed riffs, blast beats, grunts and screams. The sixth song is a long (well, four minutes is long for a grindcore band), slow and vile track. The sound reminds me of basement recordings and old Scandinavian black metal acts. Brutal and unforgoving, just like we like our grindcore.
P.U.T. on the other hand, is a noisy sludge duo, using drum computers and samplers along with the usual distorted guitars and screaming vocals. But this is fantastic. It reminds me of a gritty, dirty version of Samael. The industrial feel is tremendous, making P.U.T. argueabably the most untypical but most original sludge band in the world, and frankly, one of my favourites as of now. There are four songs on the album, all having an average duration. All of them are highly bombastic tunes, straight from the engine room of hell.
So yes, this is a surprising and unforgiving album that is well worth your attention, at least if you're someone who likes something new once in a while. Good that people are still experimenting with extreme music...
www.merchantsofair.com/reviews/grunt-grunt-put-split

A split release from two veteran European groups working the heavy end of the musical spectrum, the 2015 Grünt Grünt vs [P.U.T] release is relatively short but fairly eclectic and absolutely pulverizing at times. As I didn’t know much of anything about this release nor the bands on it prior to listening, I didn’t really know what to expect going into this album and didn’t necessarily think it would be something that I would particularly enjoy.
The album starts off with a half dozen songs from French trio Grünt Grünt, who play an especially noisy and abrasive brand of grindcore. Typically, I don’t expect a whole lot from bands working this genre since the primary goal seems to be to rumble the listener’s innards with pure violence and grimy sound. Grünt Grünt certainly does that on their chaotic half of the split, which is overloaded with rapid-fire drumming, assault waves of shrieking guitar, and demonic, raspy vocals. The band also seems willing to experiment, delivering some weird sampled dialogue and even what sounds like a Morricone organ solo at one point. Five of the band’s six unnamed tracks run well under a minute in length, providing just a few seconds for a listener to catch his breath before another intense burst of fury erupts from the speakers. Just when one thinks this group is a one-trick pony however, they unleash a slow-burning, four minute doom metal track for their final offering. Aside from mixing up their basic formula, this piece also provides a nice interlude to [P.U.T.]’s half of the album.
Usually labeled as a stoner metal group, [P.U.T.] is a duo made up of brothers Nicolas and Lionel Beyet, who also run the Pogo Records label this split appears on. While the opening tracks here were more hostile and angry, the Beyet brothers seem to be going after thunder and volume on their contributions to the release. “with the evil” kicks things off with a piece that ever so slowly comes together in a churning mass of sinister guitar riffs and gurgling bass. Repetitive, croaking vocals sound out over the dark and moody instrumental parts and things get even more unsettling on subsequent track “Fear.” Over a background of air raid sirens going off, the track has a methodical rhythmic structure driven by chugging guitar over which we get more nearly toneless vocals which sound as if they’re being vomited up from the singer’s bowels. The entirety of the track is downbeat and sludgy to the point of being a bit scary, especially when the instruments drop out, leaving us with only the sound of the singer uttering the song’s title.
The destructive but groove-oriented instrumental “Industrial vs. forest” has an almost sleazy quality to it due to its use of a slithering bassline that somehow sounds almost disgusting. This track reminds me of something Swans might have come up with in their volatile early period, and I really like the use of clanging guitar accents set amidst the pounding rhythm. [P.U.T.]’s section ends with a the album’s lengthiest track, one entitled “Under most darkest sea.” After a dark ambient intro and a stomping section of belching vocals and gloomy, nerve-wracking instrumental parts, the song finally heads into a slick finale that recalls the dark industrial rock of the late ‘90s. With barking vocals, a whirring base of guitar, and a demented disco rhythm straight from the playbook of Nine Inch Nails, it’s easily my favorite track here and a piece that sends this album off with a bang.
I think the best thing about the Grünt Grünt vs [P.U.T] split for me was that I had about no idea what I was getting into when I first listened to it. The album’s not going to revolutionize the music industry and probably won’t wind up on many people’s “best of” list, yet it’s a downright solid little record that is undeserving of being completely forgotten in favor of “higher profile” releases. Those who like their music loud and aggressive could do a lot worse for themselves than to give this a listen; definitely recommended.
bandjack.com/grunt_grunt_put-split/

(...) Mit dem Track wird in jedem Fall eine gute Brücke geschlagen zum zweiten Teil der CD – [P.U.T.] haben zwar „nur“ vier Songs, um sich auszutoben, allein bei der Laufzeit können sie sich aber über die Mehrheit freuen. Das Trio liefert einen düsteren, recht rohen Sound ab, der mit „With The Evil“ noch verhältnismäßig unspektakulär mit verzerrt vor sich hin surrenden Gitarren startet und erstmal nicht über Soundcheck-Niveau hinauskommt, bevor sich plötzlich das Schlagzeug einschaltet und die beiden Sänger im Wechsel flüsternd die Stimmung Richtung Grabkammer tragen. „Fear“, eingeleitet vom allseits beliebten Fliegeralarm, legt dann schon wesentlich mehr Wert auf Bewegung, ein leicht monotoner Rhythmus erinnert dann ein bisschen an Dark Electro, die Gitarren bewegen sich in schön tiefen Gefilden, während die Vocals immer mal wieder durchscheinen, aber selten in den Vordergrund drängen.
Überhaupt grooven [P.U.T.] ganz ordentlich und bieten so ein schönes Kontrastprogramm zu ihren vorangestellten Landsmännern. „Under Most Darkest Seas“ wird dann zum wahren Tanzfinale, live sollten sich hier die Massen bewegen, wo man doch beim bloßen Anhören in der heimischen Anlage die Füße schon nicht stillhalten kann. Nach dem doch recht klassischen Grindcore-Start mit Grünt Grünt überrascht es umso mehr, wie vielschichtig die Kollegen sich zeigen. Damit sind [P.U.T.] definitiv die Sieger bei diesem allein schon Laufzeit-technisch ungleichen Split – Fans der angegebenen Stile sollten aber in beide Teile der Scheibe unbedingt mal reinhören.
www.the-pit.de/review/gruent-gruent-vs-put-split/

(...) Este sello francés, que lleva abierto desde 1993, hace un muy buen trabajo, al mezclar a dos bandas completamente diferentes, pero que tienen en común una cosa, la máxima experimentación posible. Es un álbum para gente con la mente abierta. Un trabajo bien editado y con una portada clásica pero muy original, os lo recomiendo.(...)
elcomentamierda.blogspot.be/2015/07/grunt-grunt-vs-put.html

ο εν λόγω άκουσμα περιέχει 10 κομμάτια συνολικής διάρκειας 26 λεπτών, 6 εκ των οποίων ανήκουν στους Grunt Grunt και 4 στους [P.U.T], που αμφότεροι μας χαρίζουν ένα εκρηκτικό και βασανιστικά σκληρό άκουσμα, καθώς συνδυάζουν περίφημα τις ακραίες κι αρκούντως heavy μελωδίες τους, οι οποίες κολακεύονται από την εξαιρετικά δυναμική παραγωγή του Split.
phantasmagoriagr.blogspot.be/2015/04/grunt-grunt-vs-put-split-cd.html

THEY SPEAK ABOUT:
foreverslainzine.com/2015/07/free-download-grunt-grunt/

www.shootmeagain.com/readnews/40813_lesplitdegruntgruntetputenecoute

churchofnowhere.com/2328-musique-news/audio/25728-p-u-t-grunt-grunt-le-split-ep-en-ecoute.html

www.maximumvolumemusic.com/putting-the-grunt-in/

ruidonoise.blogspot.be/2015/06/put-grunt-grunt-split.html

crapziness.blogspot.com.br/2015/05/put-duet-sludge-stoner-since-1998.html

suonidistortimagazine.com/2015/05/grunt-grunt-p%E2%80%8B-%E2%80%8Bu%E2%80%8B-%E2%80%8Bt-fuori-il-loro-split-cd-ascoltalo-in-stream/

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