Spain's Nashgul is a band I've been following for a little while now. I got a copy of their 'El Dia Despues Al Fin De La Humidad' LP a while back and have been a fan ever since. They play old school grindcore akin to early Napalm Death, Terrorizer, etc. This is a copy of their recent split with fellow Spanish grinders, Malpractice Insurance. Nashgul offers three tracks that sound like a continuation of their LP that I previously mentioned, and Malpractice Insurance offer up five tracks that are of a very similar style, with a little bit of mincecore influence. Solid output by both bands, plus the artwork is awesome. I believe To Live A Lie still has copies of the limited color left, so grab one while you can.