When it comes to grindcore, few bands these days can top the overwhelming barrage of wrath and aggression unloaded on the listener and or spectator by Calgary’s Wake. In a career spanning a mere seven years, this Canadian unit of aural assassins have brought terror and war to crowds all over the northern hemisphere, destroying venues across Europe and North America on multiple occasions, and establishing them selves as an infamous and unstoppable killing machine when it comes to setting of live performances. The band has made such a name for them selves in the North American underground for being such an unstoppable war machine, that they have been invited on multiple occasions to play big events like Maryland Deathfest and tour Europe on multiple occasions. In this sense the band’s name seems to perfectly match their nature within the live environment: leave nothing standing - level everything in an endless wake of terror and destruction. But Wake are far from being only and aural cataclysm restricted to the live environment, quite the opposite, as the band has released a string of albums and splits that speak for them selves, and are just another horrifying statement of the violence and sheer aggression which nests inside the soul of this band.