Tuesday, August 7, 2012


Omnicide- Global Genocide review

This band reminds me of the early days of thrash metal and speed metal like bands such as Megadeth, Kreator & Sodom musically. This music has a kick ass groove to it. I like the sounds of the
guitars and the drums are very clear and dynamite. I hear a small Obituary influence in it too. Vocally, it reminds me of early Venom & Overkill. I'd have to say, if you don't want to face the pit with
this band playing, then you can get out of the metal community with a kick in the ass by these guys and me too. The song Terrorist Fuck is my favorite on this EP. For being a bit slightly different than most thrash metal bands, Omnicide has its moments for breakdowns, and they are awesome. Also, to mention the fact,the bassist of the band, Francisco Romo has great tone and volume and good settings for whatever bass gear he uses. Overall, Global Genocide deserves a 5/5 stars from me! If you like stuff that I mentioned before, then you definitely gotta hit these guys up on their Facebook page. You keep those horns up everyone!! This is EVILVENGEANCE666 signing off for now. \m/-_-\m/

Track Listing:

1. Intro: Vision
2. Unfinished Business
3. Terrorist Fuck
4. The Holy Holocaust
5. Tired And Red (Sodom cover)
6. Nuke
7. Starting Armegeddon
8. Second Revolution
9. The Haunted
10. Destructive Death (Bonus)

Current band lineup:Edward Pena: Vox
Jesse Munoz: Rhythm guitar
Francisco Romo: bass guitar\backing vox
Christopher Edwards: Lead guitar
Thomas Gonzalez: Drums

Global Genocide Ep Line-up

Edward Pena: Vox/Guitar
Jesse Munoz: Guitar/bass (terrorist fuck)
Francisco Romo: Bass guitar
David Pacheco: drums (The Haunted)
-All the other tracks, Were used by a sonor drum machine program


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