The demo, Rage Till We Die 2007, is musically pretty competent. Infinite Missiles covers a standard thrash sound, but leans toward a speedier hardcore sound over the galloping rhythms of speed metal. The drums are generally spot-on, with drummer Eddie Cantu providing a steady background without getting too reliant on either blast-beats or double bass. Wanky, tapped guitar solos bring the over-the-top quality of heavy metal to the band's generally hardcore-style riffs. Ultimately, Infinite Missiles is an acceptable diversion, but neither a truly interesting nor a truly original one. If you need something to jam on the cassette deck in your rusted orange Gremlin while waiting for your Gorditos with extra "queso," Rage Till We Die might be worth getting. Otherwise, just listen to the â?Waste, bro.
Rage Till We Die Demo 2007.
Rage Till We Die Demo 2007 (CDr). Not On Label (Infinite Missiles Self-released).
Rage Till We Die. Demo -. 2007. 载中. 分享. 链接. Spirit of metal.
Rage Against the Machine (also known as American Composite) is the original demo tape by American rock band Rage Against the Machine, released in December 1991. The 12-track tape was recorded at Sunbirth Studio in Los Angeles, California after drummer Brad Wilk joined the band, but before they had played their first live show.