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TERRORAMA
TERRORAMA
Horrid Efface
(NWN! Productions)
30:38min

After releasing an already excellent demo entitled "Misanthropic Genius" in 2002 (review to be found somewhere on this pages) Swedish TERRORAMA could gain a deal with NWN and now offer their first full-length containing seven new tracks (including a HOLY TERROR cover) of aggressive, diversified Black / Thrash sounding like a mixture of early MERCILESS, BATHORY with some Brazilian elements (I mean SARCOFAGO, SEXTRASH here, not KRISIUN!). Especially the guitar sound is quite comparable to such cult hordes of the mid-late 80s. By keeping their songs varied, implementing surprising breaks, almost catchy riffs and a nicely raw yet powerful sound TERRORAMA do not go for an utter retro-worshipping-thing, but come across quite individual and fresh sounding without losing their old school attitude. Though TERRORAMA won't be something for Prog-fans their ingeniously simple riffing and furious drive is pretty addictive and the band wrote songs that simply stick to your ear like a fly to a pile of shit. By putting "Horrid Efface" in a luxurious gatefold packaging with a great layout, it isn't only something tasty for your ears but also for your eyes. Iron Fist productions released it also as a tape, lacking the bonus song to be found on the LP version, which was recorded later than the other songs and hopefully is a sign for TERRORAMA's future releases, it's damn good! If you are into black, thrashing Metal that has its own identity with respecting the genre's forefathers, get this album! Infos regarding LP: http://nwnprod.fateback.com or www.ebullition.com/Xnuclear.html. For tape version send an email to: ironfistrec@hotmail.com

Stefan Franke

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