Ridiculous Japanese Band Goes Super Fast, Invents the “Cockroach Mosh”

You can always count on Japanese musicians to out-do Americans on the ridiculous scale – no matter what the style. Viscera Infest, whose profile pic describes them as a “forensick highspeed bulldozer” may have taken extreme music to new levels of absurdity.


Take the song “PARACOCCIDIOIDOMICOSISPROCTITISSARCOMUCOSIS,” which has also been described as “Fast. Fast. FASTEST,” with a 340BPM blast beat (or, if you’re like me, you could just count it as 85). Their fans dance to this song by doing a “cockroach mosh,” in which they lie down on the ground and wiggle their limbs. So, yeah, uh. Watch below:

If you enjoyed that, here’s the rest of the band’s performance at that show:

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  • that’s just noise

    • Your just noise

    • show some respect

    • Brutal Death/Grindcore btw…

      • That might sound cool in studio, like from enslavement to obliteration, but c’mon, alive it’s just noise

        • nahh, I think it’s best alive, there you realize if the band is really good or not. You can see, hear, feel each and every riff, blastbeat, bass, and growls and exactly know wherever they fuck it up or not…I’ve seen these guys onstage and they are brutally awesome, they almost never fuck it up and sound exactly the same as in he studio version

    • it’s “art” dude come on

  • Luckily no one holds Asians up to a high standard when it comes to making sense.

  • awesome Paracoccidioidomicosisproctitissarcomucosis cover!!!…

    • Yeah and it was a nice touch for them to say “Gracias”at the end of the song.

  • 23:10 to avoid the whole bs.

  • Tiswas, a childrens Saturday morning TV show, had this dance, and called it The Dying Fly, back in the early 80’s

  • Tiago your a day go listen to lil Wayne lmfao

  • Fag tiago not day fag

  • that is fucking awesome man, love this shit, thanks for posting .

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