This is a review of another recording from Cavador that is also in the old school thrash metal direction of the previous ep reviewed and this is a review of a live ep that they had recorded in 2010 and released in 2016.
Drum beats and a heavy yet melodic guitar sound starts off the ep and all of t he musical instruments sound very powerful and after awhile the music speeds up and brings in more of an old school thrash metal style that also uses a decent amount of blast beats when the solos and elads stick to a melodic style.
When vocals are added into the music they range from being spoken and aggressive while also having their melodic moments and the songs also bring in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and they close the ep with an instrumental track that also brings in a small amount of clean playing.
Cavador displayed a style of thrash metal on this recording that was very old school and raw while also being very melodic at the same time, the production sounds very raw along with all of the songs being recorded live while the lyrics are written in Spanish and cover politics, social decay and violence themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding ep from Cavador and if you are a fan of old school thrash metal, you should check out this live recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Mundo De Dolor" and "Prometeran". 8 out of 10.