Luke Sick hipped me to these cats. This is monster guerrilla-style rap out of San
Jose that's (sort of) shrouded in (a bit of) mystery (for me personally). (Basically,
I've held off on learning too much about them because I like vibe I get and I don't
want anything ruining that.) Labal-S and Leeroy Destroy are the only two emcees but
they rap in way that brings to mind larger crew classics like the Boot Camp Click
or Da Lench Mob. Production comes from a handful of dudes, but there's continuity
in it in that they all seem dedicated to hard-ass drums. It's on that take-no-prisoners
cipher tip. I just wanna rock baggy sweats and bucket hats and drive around in a
Jeep, bumping this on cassette, while smoking Dutch Masters like it's '95 up in this
Impressive new project from the Bloody Monk Consortium, which, if we are honest,
is a group name that sounds like it would be right at home on the Wu-Tang Clan affiliates
Wikipedia page. It’s a mad decent album though, as is the artwork.
Bloody Monk Consortium brings it’s vicious, brutal, ruthless, callous lyrics to some
venomous beats. HipHop heads who enjoy fierce lyricism delivered in a very artistic
way. This is MY SH#! all day that Hardcore in your face genre of HipHop. I know
my Wu-Tang, Immortal Technique, and Jedi Mind Tricks fans will love this group.