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JUNGLE ROT

Terror Regime

(Victory Records)

Reviewed by : Kelley Simms
Rating : 7.5

Kenosha, Wisconsin’s JUNGLE ROT continues its meat and potatoes American death metal formula with 11 brand new tracks of bone-crushing riffs and gargantuan grooves on its eighth full-length album, Terror Regime. Since its 1994 inception, the band has basically put out the same album each time, which is what we’ve come to expect from Jungle Rot. However, there’s something new afloat on Terror Regime; more guitar solos, more catchy, chant-able choruses (“Utter Chaos,” “Rage Through the Wasteland”), and more faster songs. Vocalist/guitarist Dave Matrise spits out his trademark vicious barks and the band is tighter and more direct in its musical execution. The songs are mostly short and succinct with only one, “Pronounced Dead,” over the four-minute mark, however, some songs get a bit monotonous and repetitive and begin to overstay their welcome. Jungle Rot has remained consistent (not an easy task) within a genre that has been over-saturated in recent years. On Terror Regime, you’re treated to some new elements that will surely please the die-hard death metal contingent.



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