Fueled By Hate - Jungle Rot Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Death Metal / Artist: Jungle Rot / Import / Audio CD released 2004-06-29 at Olympic / Disc ... more
Fueled By Hate - Jungle Rot ... #1 Tracklisting
2 Face Down
3 Let Them Die
5 Gain Control
6 Gasping for Air
7 Low Life
8 Scars of the Suffering
9 Symbols of Hate
10 No Surrender
11 Habit Fulfilled
12 More Demon Souls
Newest Review: ... Deicide fans who live for grunted vocals, machine gun drums and catchy guitar riffs. While I'm always a little disappointed ... more
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by - written on 11/08/08 (Useful, 19 readings)
Jungle Rot are an unexciting American death metal band standing stoically in the face of progression. Their groove-laden style of death metal remains firmly in the Florida style of the early 1990s, which means more of the same for unadventurous Deicide fans who live for grunted vocals, machine gun drums and catchy guitar riffs. While I'm always a little disappointed to see bands pursuing an outdated style and bringing nothing of their own identity to it, Jungle Rot are at least more than competent at what they do. I suppose a die-hard Jungle Rot fan (if there are any) would be able to recognise their favourite band instantly, but for the rest of the death ... Read the complete review
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