Let's start with Grünt Grünt. This epileptic grindcore band recorded six songs for this album. Five of them are short, extreme blasts of sickening grindcore with hyperspeed riffs, blast beats, grunts and screams. The sixth song is a long (well, four minutes is long for a grindcore band), slow and vile track. The sound reminds me of basement recordings and old Scandinavian black metal acts. Brutal and unforgoving, just like we like our grindcore.
P.U.T. on the other hand, is a noisy sludge duo, using drum computers and samplers along with the usual distorted guitars and screaming vocals. But this is fantastic. It reminds me of a gritty, dirty version of Samael. The industrial feel is tremendous, making P.U.T. argueabably the most untypical but most original sludge band in the world, and frankly, one of my favourites as of now. There are four songs on the album, all having an average duration. All of them are highly bombastic tunes, straight from the engine room of hell.
So yes, this is a surprising and unforgiving album that is well worth your attention, at least if you're someone who likes something new once in a while. Good that people are still experimenting with extreme music...