DJINN Hell is Real cassette
DJINN, like the invisible spirits the band shares a name with, seems to be a mystery. They hail from Hammond, Indiana, but beyond that I am at a loss with any other details. Their Hell is Real cassette is straightforward harcore with a knack for horror themes and fury. There is definitely a slight metal influence within the band and a rabidly atonal hollering that carries the load. The band keeps it tight, and the drumming in particular stampedes through twelve tracks in under fifteen minutes. It adds up to something that in the end becomes a bit stale and dry.