Dysteria is a London-based band that is based on the foundation of crust punk, but is known to dabble in a number of other styles. Among them are death metal, grindcore, and even a hint of doom metal when applicable. And, well, that mixture is exactly what you receive with the four-piece’s debut album, Fuck the Future. It’s an an eight song explosion that clocks in just over twenty-three-and-a-half minutes, is being handled by Wooaaargh Records, as well as digital distribution through the group’s own Bandcamp account. But is this gritty debut offering worth the experience, or is it one best left lost in the the surge of “dis-” and “dys-” branded idol-worship quickly clogging up the style’s pipelines of creativity?
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