hail from Italy and play heavy, brutal death metal. “U.V.A.”
(Undisciplined Violent Aggression) is a pounding metal assault. And
man, it’s pretty damn brutal and heavy. Drums are so rhythmic
you would think they use electronic drums. This disc reminds me somewhat
of Cannibal Corpse, Dying Fetus, and maybe a little Mortician; anything
brutal and heavy. Zora isn’t the best death band in the world
but they do show some technically. This results in many decent tracks
on the six-song Mini-CD, “U.V.A.” The forth song, “Fresh
Flesh,” got my attention the most. Pretty much everything is
likeable, maybe except the last track. The intro in track 6 is too
long and annoying. You loose interest before the song really starts.
Anyhow, looks like a good future for this band.