Review: Mothra – Dyes 
Polish metalcore quartet Mothra present a succinct seven-track excursion on DYES. This offering blends a potpourri of extreme styles together to form a math-y, sludgy monster that channels death metal aggression and hardcore abrasiveness with hints of grindcore madness (“Squant”) and dastardly dissonance for an extra bite (“Hooloovoo”). Creating a sonic atmosphere where brevity and brutality go hand in hand, this unit fuses a slew of off-kilter elements from all corners of the extreme metal paradigm forming a brash offshoot of band reminiscent of the likes of Poison the Well, Entombed, Gojira, and Botch, making this act essential for those who champion a heavy hybrid spirit. www.selfmadegod.com –Mike SOS
Mothra is Egon Warynski (Vocals), Pawel Stefan Rosiak (Guitars), Andrzej Burzynski (Bass), & Daniel Szwed (Drums).
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