So why am I telling you this? Well, Vomit Of Doom reminds me a lot of that album. It has a similar raw and primitive sound and a similar balance between thrash and death metal, in this case also mixed with old school black metal. The band hails from Argentina and has been blasting out their misanthropy for quite a while now. The band has no interest in creating modern day thrash, death or black metal. All they want to do, is play fast-paced extreme music with hellish vocals and fierce riffs.
After a short intro, they do exactly that with 'Perversecution', a brutal song driving on an intense rage. From there on, Vomit Of Doom just won't stop the assault. 'Conspiracy Vs The World' slashes on with powerful thrashy riffs and dark, evil vocals. Even the solos on this album sound as if they come directly from the late eighties. So in a way, yes, this is an excellent tribute to the original schools of death and black metal. 'Evoked Devastation' actually comes up with the hardcore punk driven fury which somewhat originated this genre.
After a two minute interlude, an eerie piece with acoustic guitars and strange vocals, the band continues to pour their intense, bleak sound through my eardrums. Title track 'Obey The Darkness' is probably one of my favorites on this album but I don't think any of the songs in inferior to the others in any way. All of them are furious pieces of old school extreme metal but you should know that by now. There's really little else to say about this album. I like it a lot, mainly because of the Sepultura reference in the beginning of this review. I recommend this album to anyone who is nostalgic for the early days of black and death metal and also to the youngsters who think they're favorite bands invented the sound of pure evil.