Already a well-known name in the Czech underground, Blackosh is one of the founding members (1987-2004) of Root and a member of Crux. For this project under his own moniker, he gathered a bunch of befriended maniacs and no doubt Iron Bonehead Production was thrilled to sign this act. Hell, I would be thrilled too if I had the change to get this album released.
What we get is exactly what you might expect from looking at the title but with a strange edge. This is definitely black metal, primitive, chaotic, brutal and sick. Massively influenced by bands like Bathory or Krieg but also rooted in the hardcore punk scene, this band makes severe musical punishments for mankind. Furthermore, there's a tremendous feel for strangeness, resulting in mesmerizing songs like 'Kancelář s číslem 666'
The album is actually loaded with highlights, if you're a fan of disturbing extreme music that is. 'Kurvy, Chlast a Black Metal' and 'Peklo nás baví' are my favorites, altough I have no idea what Blackosh is singing about. Lyrics are in Czech so I don't really understand them, but judging from the English album title, it's all about fun activities. So, blackened maniacs, check out this brilliant musical monstrosisty and dwell into these cheerful and hellish orgies Blackosh has created.