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Terrorizer Grindhouse Wakefield Review – Saturday 9 January 2011!
TERRORIZER GRINDHOUSE AT THE SNOOTY FOX, WAKEFIELD
JANUARY 9 2011
Words by: Scully & H.
Images by: www.Black-Earth-Photography.co.uk
Fuck New Year, let’s have some Death Metal.
The midlands’ very own 5-piece death metal band Kataleptic opened the show with powerful, meaty riffs that shake the Snooty Fox to its foundations, with the band’s synchronized head banging adding momentum to thier music. INTOXICATED rips through the souls of the assembled crowd with a sound that was so enormous, yet tight, you could have been mistaken that there were only five musicians on stage. This young death metal band have it all, deep growling vocals, wild, psychotic staring, machine gun drumming, and quite the most sublime guitar work. The future’s bright for Death Metal, the futures KAPALEPTIC!
CANCEROUS WOMB give a masterclass in stage charisma; From the opener to the finale the crowd was mesmerized as the wretched hand of Death Metal descended onto Wakefield. If you can crank out killer death vocals in only your underpants yet inspire perverse Mexican waves of head-banging through the gathered crowd, you’re doing something right. Cancerous Womb punch a mile or six above their weight, slamming home death metal at its best with fast, hard hitting musicianship and perfect precision timing.
Turning up the brutality to eleven with some good, old-fashioned honest and no-holds-barred death metal, Diascorium are next up and from the instant they hit their first note, the audience turns into a circular row of head-banging zombies. DIASCORIUM never faulted and never waved from their path of brutality, playing loud and fast, their singer’s sickening growls and grunts bark with the crushing music. A stellar performance leaves the crowed wanting more, what a great set.
After three bouts of British Death, what better to round things off than more Death? Killer vocals entwine solid guitar work and a shot-gun bass drum are flanked by deep growling vocals that make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end; their fast, furious and tighter-than-a-gnat’s-snatch performance set he final marker for what has been an evening of British Brutality, and the show is drawn to a triumphant close as members of Cancerous Womb and Diascorium join the band onstage.