This is the first of two offerings I have recently received from Milanos Cain. This is a spilt cd they did after their 2000 debut release Choke the Sun, with New Jerseys CominCorrect and Napolis Onfall. The first four tracks on this album come courtesy of Cain and is a brutal slab of metal-core combining Death metal riffs and vocals with HC style drumming. Its competent if not terribly original and reminds me of a mixture of latter day Napalm Death and a dash of All out War thrown in for good measure. The song titles betray the bands metal-core leanings with titles like Soundtrack for sufferin and Next to Revenge (Burn your Soul) even before youve even listened to the damn thing! So overall, competent if not terribly original HxC. However I will reserve total judgement until I get to their full-length debut later on. Next up are Rick Ta lifes (from 25talife) other band CominCorrect. To be honest youd be hard pressed to spot much difference between either acts. Ricks vocals are still virtually impossible to comprehend! and the lyrics from what I can understand are still about unity within the HC scene, memories he has about HC and how much he loves HC. Do you think hes trying to tell us something here? It is a little more punky than 25 especially the last track Grow Up which is definately the best song on here and ends with the classic line Grow up you fucking dicks! which has dare I say it a very Sex Pistols attitude. If you like 25 then theirs every chance you will like these guys. Real good. The last of the three bands on offer here is Naples Onfall. They do sound uncannily like Cain and are again treading the tried and tested Metal-core ground. Grinding guitars and death metal vocals. The guitars do have a bit more of a groove to them than Cain and they are a little bit slower at places which help to vary things up a bit and make things a tad more interesting. But its nothing that really catches your attention, and after a while starts to sound a bit tired and dated. This is music that Ive heard a million times before by infinitely better bands. A reasonable enough compilation CD if anything worth checking out for CominCorrect.