Veteran Grindcore Band Extreme Decay Release 7″ [Indonesia]

Extreme Decay is a grindcore band from Indonesia, formed in 1998. During their 20 plus years of grinding it out, the band has released several slabs of music including full-lengths, splits, and tracks on compilations. You can hear a whole catalog of music on the band’s own bandcamp:

The band’s most recent release is an EP entitled ‘Antiviral’ that was released on Disaster Records last year on Record Store Day. The record released on cassettes contained 5 songs and was immediately sold out. Today, the band has teamed up with Samstrong Records to re-release the EP on 7″ vinyl containing an extra 2 songs featuring a reconstructed version of the song ‘Kolaps’ collaborating with noise musician Indra Menus. According to the guitarist, “The title ‘Antiviral’ is inspired by a film with the same title. The film is about an unhealthy social media culture, with idol culture gone rampant, and the human obsession with hedonism and thirst for recognition. Meanwhile, the other songs on the EP are “Kolaps” about the downfall of the earth through ecological disaster, “Mendakwa Otak” about human arrogance on monopolizing truth and judgment without reason, “Skeptik Tank” on real-world vampirism, “Invasi Pengerat” about opportunism and social cannibalism, “Merapal Lapar” about the social-economic gap of marginalized people, and also the remix version of “Kolaps” by Indra Menus, full with drone and doom noises.”

This announcement comes with a music video for the track ‘Invasi Pengerat’ streaming below and the launch of the band’s own website: is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!