|Review: Vomit of Doom - Magnus Cruelty|
Label: Symbol of Domination
Year released: 2016
Review online: May 20, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.33/5 (66.67%) (3 Votes)
Argentinian blackened thrashers Vomit of Doom (ha, that's a great name!), from General Roca, Río Negro, have been somewhat active (demos, EPs, splits, singles, one compilation and even one full-length being their accomplishments so far). The band's latest 9-song EP, titled Magnus Cruelty, was originally released as a very limited edition cassette on Argentinian El Conjuro Records. Hence it was nice that it also got a proper CD release for a larger audience.
What's great about this EP is that it has plenty of filthiness, harshness, and hostility in its overall solidly thrashing sound, taking hints from early Deströyer 666, with some hints of early Slayer's ferociousness as well as early Possessed's roughness and pure evilness. Vomit of Doom have the right musical recipe for wider warfare among the extreme underground Metal community: musically, they sound like they are not here to take any slaves but rather to destroy and wipe out every living being of this world. Again, this is nothing unusual or totally unique, but as long as you seem to know what musical direction you want to take right in the beginning and stick to it, it also tends to show in the shit you do. Good stuff...
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