This past weekend, Earache Records descended upon Somerset, England, to give Glastonbury attendees a healthy dose of metal with the Earache Express, the festival's first-ever stage devoted entirely to heavy music. From Napalm Death and Extreme Noise Terror to the Dead Kennedys and Ho99o9, the temporary venue – fashioned from an old London Underground train car – honored musical brutality in all its forms. Singaporean grindcore outfit (and Earache signees) Wormrot headlined the Express on Saturday, June 24, and today, they've uploaded their entire 40-minute, career-spanning set in full. What the band lacked in square footage, they made up for with volume, turning an otherwise ordinary trolley into a temple of noise. Wormrot's set was also an historic one that marked the first performance by a Singaporean band in the festival's 46-year history. Watch below.
Wormrot's train take over arrives in the wake of last year's excellent album Voices, as well as their first North American tour in years, which wrapped up earlier this month.