Monday, November 8, 2010

Grindcore Bracketology: The 3-6 Winners

The first round is coming to a close with the final victors to be announced Thursday. Meanwhile, here’s who you thought ruled the 3-6 bracket. Finally, you guys delivered an upset. Who’s hitting the showers early? Read on to find out.

North America
Kill the Client may wanna consider changing their moniker to Kill Graf Orlock. The cine-grinders got blown out by a score of 19-2. Kill the Client will get a chance to escalate the hostility in round two.

Asia and Australia
There’s something festering in the water in Singapore. Magnicide’s 324 worship cut across Unholy Grave’s black wings by a vote of 8-5.

In probably the most fiercely argued matchup of the round, Afgrund partisans narrowly won a rear guard action against up and comers The Arson Project by 7-5.

Continental Europe and the United Kingdom
Finally an upset! Sixth ranked Attack of the Mad Axeman's animal magnetism won out over Poles Suffering Mind’s traditional grindcore by 8-5.

The 4-5 winners will come on Thursday and the reseeded matchups for round two will kick off again Monday. As always, the updated bracket can be perused here.


DesiccatedVeins said...

Wow, this was an exciting round; I glad things were finally close for the most part.

Orthodoxyn said...

Generally pleased with the result, didnt mind too much that Unholy Grave got beaten by Magnicide, but I am sad that Suffering Mind lost to AOTMA, their new album is amazing, and their best yet.

gamefaced said...

um, unhory grave should mos def be winner over magnicide. yeah yeah should have could have whatever.

Flesh Monolith said...

It's your day Andrew, although the Blue's division is kinda playing like idiots right now.

The rangers suck though, but that blues rangers game was sloppy on both sides. Too bad no Halak V.Lundqvist

Andrew Childers said...

it was my day until the blues decided to blow a 7 game winning streak by giving up 8 goals in 50 minutes to the blue jackets. if you're gonna screw up, make it spectacular.

Flesh Monolith said...

Yeah, I watched those highlights; quite a beating. Blues are an interesting team, and with Halak and a hope for some more scoring. Hopefully they don't take a page from the rangers and make netminding 98% of their game.

Andrew Childers said...

i'd just like to see them tighten up on special teams. the power play is dead and the penalty kill is just an embarrassment for a team that good defensively. that's gonna bite them in the ass sooner or later. the central division is a bitch and you can't fuck around.