|Review: Terrordome - Machete Justice|
Label: Defense Records
Year released: 2015
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: April 28, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (9 Votes)
Polish Crossover Thrashers Terrordome have been operating from Cracow since 2005. They were born out of the ashes of Uappa Terror and Mekong Minetaur, and ever since have been churning out an uncompromising assault of a very frenzied mixture of Thrash Metal and Crossover, in which one can find hints of Slayer, D.R.I., Ratos de Porão, Suicidal Tendencies, Municipal Waste and such. The band's second album is titled Machete Justice, which refers to some ugly football-hooligan fights in Cracow that led to many injuries and deaths perpetrated with machetes. Sounds really bad and ugly, doesn't it?
Even if Terrordome does not literally slaughter us with any machetes, they are still able to lash us with a sharp, effective and deadly mixture of high-octane Thrash and all kinds of attitude-oozing Crossover. It's basically pedal-to-the-metal all the time with these Polish guys, without any speed limits. It's fast, fast fast – and then it's the same again but doubled. If Terrordome was some sort of an insect, then it most probably would be a swarm of hyper-aggressive killer bees. When they attack, they attack severely, without any mercy. Kill, kill, kill!!!
So, you want a plateful of sincere yet honest and violent fun? You bet that's exactly what you are gonna get on Machete Justice.
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