|Review: Siege of Hate - Subversive by Nature|
|Subversive by Nature|
Label: Encore Records
Year released: 2003
Review online: October 11, 2004
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Subversive by Nature
Rated 2/5 (40%) (2 Votes)
With 20 tracks on a 30-minute CD, you know this is some sort of grind band. Siege Of Hate (or the more manageable SOH) are a Brazilian band who mix the expected Death/Thrash South American sound with a good dose of Hardcore/Grind. The result is mostly a Death Metal album with some enjoyable riffs and quite a bit of energy, but the short songs and lack of any sort of hooks pretty much renders it featureless. I liked this fine while listening to it, much more than I expected to, but it leaves no impression at all after it's over. Fans of Death Metal with that 80s-Thrash socio-political lyrical bent should like this fine. SOH are not bad, but they are not really great either.
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