Terrordome is a Polish quartet playing fast and brutal Crossover Thrash Metal kept in the style of the ‘80s. Main inspirations of the band are Razor, Nuclear Assault, Slayer or Cryptic Slaughter. It is marked by breakneck speed and fast, chaotic solos combined with aggressive shouts.
The band being on stage since 2005 plays actively in Poland and abroad. Up until now, Terrordome has played copious amounts of gigs, sharing the stage with the likes of: Suicidal Tendencies, Anthrax, Destruction, D.R.I., Whiplash, Hobbs’ Angel of Death, Frank Blackfire, Suicidal Angels, Ratos de Porão, Fastkill, Accu§er, Abigail, Wormrot, Vader and many more.
The beginnings of Terrordome date back to early 2005 when Uappa Terror and Murgrabia Mekong came up together with the aim of creating a band which would synthesise the best elements of thrash metal and old-school hardcore and yet would play a more up-to-date blend than the typical crossover bands from the ‘80s, at the same time shunning from generic metalcore aesthetics. Thus, a bastard was created out of old-school thrash, neo-thrash, old school hardcore, crust, grind and hectoliters of booze.
After an extensive search, the line-up was completed by Mosh and Picho and the band played its first live gigs. In December 2006 Terrordome entered a studio in Cracow to record their first EP, entitled “Shit Fuck Kill”. Finally, after a long search for the singer the band decided that Uappa’s old school voice suits the sound of Terrordome best. In 2008 Tom the Srom joined the band to stand in for Picho. The squad recorded new material that was released as a split-CD with Lostbone called “Split It Out”. After a series of gigs promoting the split-CD, Mosh left the band. During the recording stage of Terrordome’s full-length album his successor Rudobroddy left the band as well. He was swiftly replaced by Paua Siffredi who took over guitar duties.
2011 brought the release of Terrordome’s debut album “We’ll Show You Mosh, Bitch!” via Defense Records. It met with a great response from maniacs from all over the world and was followed up in 2012 when Terrordome joined forces with Chilean thrashers Dekapited to release the split-CD “Bestial Castigation” via Thrashing Madness Productions. In the beginning of 2013, Terrordome released its first official music video for the song “Brutal Punishment”. A year later a compilation album “We’ll Show You Bosch, Mitch!“ was published and Tom the Srom left the band shortly after.
In 2015, with a new bassist – De Kapitzator – the band recorded and released the second full-length called “Machete Justice“. The promotion of the album has kicked off with several shows in Poland and the second music video for “Back to the ‘80s”. The beginning of 2016 was marked by band’s appearance in South America during the “Brazilian Justice Tour“ as well as on the legendary “True Thrash Fest“ in Japan. First quarter of 2016 was also marked by a new release – the split “Intoxicunts” with Brazilian band Chaos Synopsis.
Up until now, the band has played copious amounts of gigs, sharing the stage with the likes of: Suicidal Tendencies, Anthrax, Destruction, D.R.I., Whiplash, Hobbs’ Angel of Death, Frank Blackfire, Suicidal Angels, Ratos de Porão, Fastkill, Accu§er, Abigail, Wormrot, Vader and many more.
Terrordome’s music is the equivalent of a fistblow right into the thorax. It is marked by breakneck speed and fast,
chaotic solos combined with aggressive shouts. Its roots shine through vividly, lying alongside the warpath of the ‘80s thrash stomped into the history of music by the likes of Dark Angel, Slayer, Cryptic Slaughter, D.R.I. or Evildead.
Terrordome appeared on the following compilations: “Tomb of the Unknowns I“, “Tattoofest 2010“, “Killcity XXVI“, “Thrashing Damnation Thru Compilation“, “Summer Beatdown“, “Za Krótko! Za Szybko!“, “Drrrama“, “United for Thrash 2”, “Antichrist Magazine”.
Uappa Terror – vocals & guitars
Paua Siffredi – guitars
De Kapitzator – bass & vocals
Murgrabia Mekong – drums
Moreover, members of Terrordome are associated with acts such as: Fortress, Traktor, Viatic, Inseminator, Exiled, Extinkt, Świniopas, Burnout.