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Gigantic Brain - GIgantic Brain album

Gigantic Brain - GIgantic Brain album
  • Performer Gigantic Brain
  • Title GIgantic Brain
  • Date of release 2016
  • Country US
  • Style Industrial, Grindcore, Experimental, Ambient
  • Other formats WAV MP1 DTS VQF AAC AUD WMA
  • Genre Electronic / Rock
  • Size MP3 1553 mb
  • Size FLAC 1967 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 559

Gigantic Brain is an American experimental music duo composed of John Brown, who started the project by himself, and Mastin Simmons, which was formed in the early 2000s in Virginia, United States. Gigantic Brain is known to be one of the original pioneers of the cybergrind subgenre of grindcore. The project's genre-defying style has changed dramatically throughout the years.

Gigantic Brain is an American duo which began as a one-man Drum-Machine Powered electronic and grindcore project created by John Brown of Virginia in the early 2000s. It is very different from the majority of cybergrind bands.

Album Name Gigantic Brain. Released date 26 February 2016. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleGrindcore. Members owning this album0. 1. The Super Cat. 2. Sheep. 5. Leaking out of Your Mouth.

Gigantic Brain biography Gigantic Brain is a one-man Drum-Machine Powered electronic grindcore Project that is very different from the majority of electronic grind bands. Instead of a more based sound, GB bring a Sci-Fi almost futuristic sound to the table, with lyrics, song titles, artwork all based around aliens/sci-fi. Gigantic Brain's first album was a sixty-two track hour of noise, nonsense, and bad taste. Taking the dissonance and digital choppiness of cybergrind and feeding spoonful after spoonful of noise to me was not something I ultimately found all that enjoyable, even if it was an interesting style that this one man project was playing.

Gigantic Brain began as a one-man drum-machine powered electronic grindcore and post-metal project created by John Brown. It is noted for being vastly different from the majority of electronic grindcore bands, due to the various musical textures and very dense sound, often inspired by dark science fiction and futuristic concepts  . By the end of 2003, Gigantic Brain had recorded material for a split with Gånglîå and a full-length album, which was to be entitled Our Bovine Destroyers. Unfortunately, neither would see their own formal releases, but, in 2004, Gigantic Brain released the massive 63 track The Invasion Discography on Razorback Records, which included, amongst other material, all the tracks that were to be used on those two releases.

Our Dam (Single) by Gigantic Brain, released 07 November 2013 1. Our Dam 2. Louis Why do I love this? Because if my ears could marry a band, it would definitely be Gigantic Brain. Ronin So glad to see some new music by Gigantic Brain. Been looking forward to these songs all summer. And I was not disappointed at all.

Tracklist

The Super Cat 2:29
Sheep 2:40
Stardust 1:30
UV Rays 1:43
Leaking Out of Your Mouth 1:32
Our Dam 3:50
Brunette 1:58
Gigantic Child 2:22
Hugh Williams 3:19
Retainer 1:45
I Fly The Unicorn 2:12

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CCM-003 Gigantic Brain GIgantic Brain ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Colossal Crainium Media CCM-003 US 2016
CCM-003 Gigantic Brain GIgantic Brain ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Colossal Crainium Media CCM-003 US 2016
CCM-003 Gigantic Brain GIgantic Brain ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Colossal Crainium Media CCM-003 US 2016