A fusion of chaotic grind, intelligent noise, insane speed and industrial
madness captures Noisecore Freak's perverse world of grindcore. Formed in 1994 by C. Stepniewski. Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. All N.F. release's feature some of the most brutal and chaotic, industrial grindcore composed!
Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Noisecore Freak was formed in the summer of 1994 by an oddity named Chris Stepniewski with the idea to compose an uncompromising, brutally frenzied mixture of chaotic experimental grindcore, harsh intelligent noise and unsympathetic industrial lunacy. Three songs were composed in 1994 and then, the hunt for band members began. The subsequent two years were spent seeking and auditioning musicians and composing more material. Then in the winter of 1996, it became apparent that finding musicians to become members was more than a task unto itself and at that point in time was ineffective so the search was ended and a decision was made that N.F. would be a lone-man project.
1997 and early 1998 were spent composing more material. Then in may (1998), the beginning of the recording 'Welcome to the Stitchface Scar Sitter Experience' began, and finally in august 1999, it was released. Without delay, the album began to carve it's path through the extreme music scene and quickly, due to it's inspiring brutality and hyper speed, received much interest from the underground.
Now, fast forward seven months into the future. The conception of the recording, 'Corner Itch Theory'. Plagued with problems from the start. The passing of friends, financial predicament's and personal conflicts were all prevalent but eventually, "all was overcome" and an extremely well crafted, disgustingly ingenious release entitled 'Corner Itch Theory' was born.
C.I.T was recorded over a period of three years (2000/2001/2002) due to the many obstacle's that were encountered along the way. The recording began at a temporary studio in an industrial building dubbed 'Studio 666'. Sixteen months later, the studio (666) was no more and C.I.T was taken to Silverbirch Productions where the recording was completed and released in the summer of 2003. Upon it's release, C.I.T. immediately garnered much deserved attention due to it's incalculable creative carnage. Attaining great reviews from magazines and webzines such as Metal Maniacs, Vampire Magazine and Braindead Webzine as well as interest from record labels around the world.
2004 saw the explosive remixed and remastered re-release's of 'Experiments from the Rust Factory' and 'My Mother the Anarchist' which were featured on the 1000 limited press, 'Welcome to the Stitchface Scar Sitter Experience' split cd with Murder By Static in 1999. Remixed and remastered 'to how they should have been', they turned out even more devastating then the original mixes.
Late 2006 saw the release of 'Apathetic Infant Skull', a split ep with Ask Heroin Sally and late 2008 will see the release of N.F.'s third full length entitled, 'The Cultural Development of Chaos'. It will surely ravage the mind and become an experience that will soon not be forgotten!