|Review: Saccage - Vorace|
Year released: 2014
Review online: December 26, 2020
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Rated 4/5 (80%) (4 Votes)
Quebec City's Saccage hover in the black/thrash/crust sphere and this EP is one hell of a ride. Fast, heavy, chaotic, the band's music destroys everything in its path and I shiver at the thought of a mosh pit at their live show. Saccage's style is anything but disciplined (for lack of a better word), but there's some catchiness in their music that is kind of rare for the genre, and this stuff calls for some neck-breaking headbanging and a lot of air guitars and drums. This stuff fucking pounds, period. The vocals, sung in French with a French-Canadian accent (some Quebec-based metal singers tend to soften it to a more France-like accent; not this guy), are just as insane and visceral as the music. Vorace is a violent, insane speedfest that you can just put on repeat and hope that you'll come out of it intact.
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