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ColonelTirpitz

ColonelTirpitz

March 21, 2018
referencing Terrordrome X - The Terrormaster Is Back, 2xCD, Comp, edel 0042382CON
The track on CD 2 - 15 DJ Rob & Tim B : Anti Fucking Anti don't belong to this masterpiece compilation . Guess it was a filler because the sound don't fit with the rest of the Speedcore, Industrial , Bunker style of Terrordrome 10 .

DJ Rob & Tim B fits more to an ID&T Arcade compilation Thunderdome/Earthquake ... since it's more Dutch hardcore/gabber .

Anyway Terrordrome 10 was and is still ahead of it's time with many hard to find tracks on vinyl or other compilations , a true gem . Sadly their last release of the Terrordrome series which i never understood the brutal ending of it ?? since the 10th Terrordrome offered new materials finaly that many people was bored with the Dutch hardcore/gabber from the guys that owned ID&T they never dared to do something new .

Buy this true gem you shouldn't be disapointed .
digitalbeast

digitalbeast

March 5, 2015
referencing Terrordrome X - The Terrormaster Is Back, 2xCD, Comp, edel 0042382CON

Very dark distorted noizy compilation with powerfull terror-speedcore tracks from 180 to 250 bpm. Highly recomended .
Joseph_S

Joseph_S

May 1, 2005
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Terrordrome X - The Terrormaster Is Back, 2xCD, Comp, edel 0042382CON

Volume 10 and unfortunately the last one from a series which was never afraid to experiment. Volumes 5 to 10 especially were mainly compiled of German Hardcore with substyles like Trancecore, Acidcore, Speedcore/terrorcore and Industrial.

This last volume is of a very dark mood. There are no Speedcore/Terror tracks, instead most tracks have a doomy feel. Most artists are obscure German acts whose tracks did not appear on much compilations.

Highly recommended!