Jungle Rot Kill On Command Product Type Compact Disc Heavy Metal Rock

Track Title. 1 Their Finest Hour. 1 Their Finest Hour. 2 Bloodties. 2 Bloodties. 3 Rise Up And Revolt. 3 Rise Up And Revolt. 4 Kill On Command. 4 Kill On Command. 5 Demoralized. 5 Demoralized. 6 Push Comes To Shove. 6 Push Comes To Shove. 7 I Predict A Riot. 7 I Predict A Riot. 8 No Mercy (From The Merciless). 8 No Mercy (From The Merciless). 9 Born Of Contagion. 9 Born Of Contagion. 10 Life Negated. 10 Life Negated. Why Chicago-based hardcore/metalcore/scream label Victory Records signed death metal survivors Jungle Rot is a mystery for the ages. A band almost entirely devoid of appeal to Warped Tour-attending youth, JR play downtuned, somewhat groove-oriented death metal in the spirit of late-’80s/early-’90s bands like Bolt Thrower, Obituary, and Sodom. This is music guaranteed to inspire headbanging (during the fast parts) and head-nodding (during the slower parts), and live, it’ll get the mosh pit roiling. The songs are built around powerful drumming, downtuned guitar riffs that blend with the prominent, choppy basslines, and guttural vocals — all the classic elements that have made this style of hardcore-friendly death metal one of the most viscerally satisfying and long-lived styles of underground music across the globe. Vocalist Dave Matrise has a thick, hoarse roar that occasionally drifts from a hardcore bellow toward an over-enunciated snarl like Oderus Urungus of GWAR, and the rest of the band shouts the choruses behind him in a manner that’ll be more than familiar to fans of bands like Sick of It All and Biohazard. This is a more than solid album by a band with a longish history in the underground — fans shouldn’t be worried that their new label has changed Jungle Rot in any way. ~ Phil Freeman, Rovi.

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