When they came up during the early days of the national underground boom in the passage from the eighties to the nineties, Genocide made their stand with an overwhelming strength.
With bands coming up one after the other, from North to South of the country, this quintet shook the foundations of the scene with an approach – for that time, which was considerably different – more modern, more technically developed and more extreme, at all levels. When they released their homonym debut back in 1994, they already were way ahead of the competition and with their powerful death/grind hybrid, they established themselves as a reference for those times.
by José Miguel Rodrigues [Loud!]
Silent Songs Demo 1992
Genocide Full-length 1994
Symphonic Threat Demo 1994
Faint Demo 1996
Breaking Point Full-length 1999