JUNGLE ROT - Terror Regime [Review]

Release date: March 19th, 2013
Genre: Death Metal
Label: Victory Records
Website: http://www.jungle-rot.com

Rating: 8/10
Reviewer: Moe Ezz

After signing with Victory Records, Wisconsin death metallers, Jungle Rot released their sixth studio album and first for Victory. The album was received extremely well by fans and secured the band a number of big tours with the likes of Immolation.

Earlier last month Jungle Rot released their 7th studio album and the second with Victory Records titled "Terror Regime"  which continues the assaulting riff attack found on their previous effort.

Jungle Rot have been active for 20+ years, releasing consistent records, and gaining a solid fanbase in the process and with Terror Regime the band offers another groove-filled effort for fans of their Victory debut, Kill On Command. 

Jungle Rot doesn't waste time at firing off murderous riffs on Terror Regime, with venomous solos at the backbone. The band crafts solid death metal with a great amount of musicianship. Jungle Rot's mix of death metal-meets-hardcore punk gives them their signature sound; Terror Regime is filled with skank beats as well as insane fast picking and solos to slice you in half.

The album also features a cover of the classic D.R.I. hit "I Don't Need Society" which adds more points to the album having a strong hardcore vibe, but takes nothing from it being equally as brutal.

Jungle Rot continues to prove they're a death metal powerhouse, Terror Regime provides a death metal attack filled with grooves and insane guitar work to make it a recommended release for all extreme metal fans.

Recommended tracks: Scorn Jungle, Blind Devotion, I Don't Need Society, Blind Devotion.

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