|Review: Terrorama - Genocide|
Label: To the Death
Year released: 2012
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: April 24, 2013
Reviewed by: MetalMike
Rated 3.93/5 (78.67%) (15 Votes)
Sweden's Terrorama combines the speedy Thrash of Slayer's Show No Mercy with the blackened growls of Desaster and have come up with the intriguing Genocide. The band has struck a perfect balance between melody and aggression so the songs, which aren't groundbreaking, never get boring. Genocide is an apt title as all the songs touch upon the atrocities of various 20th century dictators like Hitler, Stalin and Idi Amin. The production is clear and allows room for all the instruments to be heard, especially the guitars, which alternatively riff and tremolo pick with neither style overstaying its welcome. The booklet is filled with horrific images of death, something that usually turns me off, but Terrorama's music sucked me in and I often let the disc repeat. It isn't the most extreme or the thrashiest stuff you'll hear but it is never dull and that alone should encourage you to check out Genocide.
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