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Traffic Death: Terror on the Freeway

February 27, 2016


Causing mayhem and death by road rage is exactly what happens when listening to Traffic Death. It is an EP that you can and will floor it to and is an EP that you can cause plenty of mayhem with. If things aren’t set on fire and your house isn’t in shambles and your car isn’t through the neighbors living room, you’re listening wrong. It’s a good thing that you don’t have to think when listening as the music just takes control and a switch goes off that causes a primal urge to be destructive.

Terror on the Freeway is only five tracks but causes more than an apt explosion. The entirety of the five songs is grinding and completely mad and you just can’t help but to smash things to bits and set something on fire. Traffic Death plays with a lot of bombast and plenty of explosiveness.

Traffic Death seems to have had a ton of bottled energy when recording this EP and during the process they released all of it. There is not an iota of energy or metal that they didn’t pump into this EP to make is as savage and destructive as they could. There is only one speed here and that is blistering and never once does they let up.

Their boot is on your throat all throughout and with the passing of each song the boot stomps harder on your neck. Terror on the Freeway is a face melting, gut pummeling and neck snapping listen and that is very apparent only seconds in to the EP.

Terror on the Freeway is chaotic in every sense of the word and Traffic Death seems to revel in that. The more chaos the better, and this EP is filled with plenty of that. Fire spits from your headphones, acid spews from your speakers and sooner or later you find yourself in a blind rage set every house in your block ablaze.

This five track EP is a grinding madhouse and it even invokes fits of rage. Terror on the Freeway is poisonous and very deadly and shouldn’t be kept within the reach of children. Traffic Death doesn’t skimp on the heavy here, and there is plenty of whiplash inducing music here for any heavy metal fan to soak up.

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