Standing On The Floor Of Bodies are a band from San Francisco, California that plays a mixture of sludge, grindcore, noise and brutal death metal and this is a review of their 2012 album "Sacrilegious & Culturally Deficient" which was released by 7 Degrees Records.
A very dark, heavy and distorted sound starts off the album before going into more of a fast and brutal direction along with blast beats, growls and screams and the band also brings in a good mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and with the exception of the last track most of the songs are very short in length with the average being 40 to 90 seconds.
As the album progresses you can hear elements of punk rock and crustcore in the bands musical sound and the music also alternates between brutal grindcore and slow sludge material and they also bring in a few spoken word samples on a couple of the tracks as well as adding in digital sounds at times.
Standing On The Floor Of Bodies plays a very brutal style of grindcore that they also mix in with elements of death metal, noise and sludge to create a sound of their own, the production sounds very dark and heavy while the lyrics cover apocalyptic horror themes.
In my opinion Standing On The Floor Of Bodies are a very great sounding mixture of sludge, grindcore, noise and brutal death metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Blaming The Creation" "Officeworker" "Still Another Cloven Hoof" and "Eve Was Weak". 8 out of 10.