So let's play the elimination game.
There is very little gothic metal to be found here, certainly not in the overdressed female fronted scene, so let's kick that genre out. Punk, D-beat, crust and hardcore are quite similar and since they're all here, we can just combine them into the tag 'punk'. Fast guitars, uptempo drums and an in-your-face attitude, that's what we get on these five tracks, reminding me of some old school punk bands and acts like Motorhead.
On to metal then, judging from the vocals, we're dealing with a death metal singer, or someone close to that. Some of the riffs say thrash metal and the overall tempo says speed metal, leaving us with progressive metal and black metal to be detected. I can't find them, except maybe for the blackened element in a very, very, very old school approach. So, out with progressive too since this is far away from acts like Dream Theater and company.
Right, what do we have left?
Well, we got four fierce songs, borrowing elements from thrash metal and hardcore punk, raging on in sheer intensity and influenced by horror movies. In fact, some horror movie samples are present on this album too. There is also an Ennio Morricone like outro, which obviously is somewhat calmer than the four nutkickers we heard before. Recommended? Well, if you like your music to be fast, vile and dirty, you should get your hands on this piece of work, that's for damn sure.