Sunday, 23 February 2014

Rammer - Suffer


Review by Elek Malcolm-Madill

Genre/s: Thrash Metal, Deathgrind
For Fans Of: Skeletonwitch, Sodom, Municipal Waste

Coming from Toronto, Canada, Rammer were definitely one of the best metal bands to ever emerge from the Canadian metal scene, period (in my opinion anyway). Although very rough the band was insanely talented, knowing exactly where all the right elements that make a good grindcore song need to be, how long to make them, and then adding a death metal element to the mix as well. The band sadly broke up with two of it's members joining Joel Grind's Toxic Holocaust (Al Biddle and Phil Zeller) however the handful of EPs, split albums, and their only released full length album "Cancer", Rammer solidified themselves as masters of Deathgrind- laying down track after fantastic track of extremely visceral guitar riffs/solos and vocals that can only be matched by Toxic Holocaust themselves.

1. Rammer
2. Incisor
3. Waste Lair
4. WTC Inferno
5. Uprising of Death (Live)


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