Boston-based hardcore outfit Rampage unleash thirteen tracks of thrash influenced hardcore on Limit of Destruction. Some of the cuts here take on a definite New York hardcore vibe, while others incorporate a more tharshy and early crossover sound of D.R.I. The title-track was definitely my favorite song on this 12, it had a good groove and nice 90s styled breakdown.
Lyrically, vocalist Josh Perrault is very upfront and oftentimes can come across as offensive. But if you read the liner notes, youll find an interesting tidbit, Some people, including band members, dont like certain words in our songs. Rampage is not prejudice against any group. So from that you can deduce that Perrault just likes to tell it like it is, which you can take at face value.
Limit of Destruction is a pretty good spin. The album is available from Lockin Out, so if youre at all interested in this, you best jump on it now before the limited colored vinyl has all been swooped up and only available on eBay for ridiculous amounts.
6.5 / 10
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