Band: THE SATAN'S SCOURGE
Title: Threads of Subconscious Torment
Label: Terror from Hell Records
Style: Thrash Black Death Metal
Trio from Colombia founded in 2002 which apparently relocated to Argentina in 2011. Although a trio (one might say composing should be easier and faster in this format), The Satan's Scourge haven't been that much active on discographic level, they've only managed to release a couple of demos, two EPs including this one, and a split with Nocturnal Vomit, pretty scarce for a band counting 15+ years of activity. Anyway, this new EP is made of 9 original tracks, an Impaled Nazarene and a Bathory cover, all counting only a bit over 20 minutes of playing time. The music could be described as a very dirty, extreme, fast paced, furious mix of Thrash, Black and Death Metal, with emphasis on delivering ferocious tunes rather than complex, technical compositions, so you'll know what to expect. I don't find this band any different from the huge amount of similar bands invading the scene lately, but I have to admit the production of this EP is good enough, the brutality delivered is impressive, and I'm sure fans of this genre will have plenty to enjoy here.
Reviewed by Adrian