Melodic clean playing starts off the album along with some psychedelic 70's rock elements before going into more of a heavy doom metal direction as well as using a mixture of death metal growls and black metal screams before adding in some melodic guitar leads and blast beats and after awhile elements of deathcore are added into the music along with some symphonic sounds and the album also brings in a good mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts.
After awhile melodic yet rough vocals are added into the music along with some traditional metal influences and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and on the later tracks elements of hardcore, metalcore and clean singing gothic metal vocals are added into the music and every track has a very different sound to them along with all of the music being a mixture of all different extreme metal styles and a few of the tracks also shows the band adding in a small amount of female vocals.
As the album progresses the band starts adding in more old school death metal and modern deathcore influences and the symphonic black metal elements start having more of a powerful sounding presence on the recording while all of the other metal and hardcore styles remain a huge part of the bands musical style and there are also a few tracks that are very long and epic in length.
Tellus Terror take influences from every genre of metal along with some hardcore and rock to create some music that is very melodic, heavy, brutal, symphonic and original sounding without belonging to a particular sub genre, the production sounds very original for being a self released recording while the lyrics cover space, life and death, history, aliens, life and suffering themes.
In my opinion Tellus Terror are a very great sounding melodic, symphonic and brutal mixture of all metal genres and if you are looking for something that is very original and hard to put in a category, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Stardust" "3rd Rock From The Sun" "Civil Carnage" and "Endtime Panorama". 8 out of 10.
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