|Review: Esquizofrenia - Terror al miedo|
|Terror al miedo|
Label: Lethal Loudness Records
Year released: 2017
Review online: September 10, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
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South America has always been known for its vast and quality Metal scene and deathrashers Esquizofrenia aren’t an exception to this rule.
Terro al mie do is the band’s third studio album . They play a mix of Death and Thrash Metal in a style strongly rooted in the late eighties underground Metal scene. Two albums that came to my mind almost instantly when listening to the album were Sepultura’s Schizophrenia and Death’s debut, Scream Bloody Gore. One can find more than just a couple of moments that are reminiscent of those two albums. The riffing of guitarist Juan Valencia is strong and effective , often reminding me of Chuck of Death and Max and Andreas of Sepultura. Also, both bassist Oscar "Sinister Storm" Urrego and drummer and vocalist Anderson Alvarez create a firm backbone. I also find it interesting how much Anderson sounds like a young Max of Sepultura while bashing his skins. Man, he fuckin’ destroys!
The album’s got more than 50 minutes of punishing, old school Death/Thrash Metal, but the album is so entertaining that it’s over before you know it.
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