Disterror’s debut full-length is the heaviest crust record I’ve heard in a long time. The band hails from the barren fields of Mexico and takes on a downtuned, distorted assault of seven blistering tracks that sound as metal as you can possibly get but still be a crust-as-fuck band. The record starts of with a death knell setting up the stage for the brutal, apocalyptic obliteration that will follow.
Expect no pretentiousness or boring melodramatic crap on here, just a cathartic experience for anyone looking for a pulverizing black and death metal influenced crust that unrelentingly crushes the humane part of us with its gruff vocals, pounding, d-beat galloping drums, ripping guitars and apocalyptic visions about mankind. The whole record is tight as hell and you would be terribly wrong to dismiss Disterror as yet another dis-clone band. Sure they don’t reinvent the wheel, but it’s brutal, heavy and raging crust from Mexico, need I say more?