Sometimes a legacy weighs you down, even if it is “only” based on the demo days or debut, released more than 20 years ago. Or the fact the vocalist get the “first-grunt-ever”-label by many. One way or another, the name “Massacre” equals high expectations. Expectations they cannot fulfill with this album, which maybe has a poorly chosen title. Without the logo printed on it, it’s above average groovy Death Metal, more in the Six Feet Under way. And maybe it’s not fair, but I would expect Massacre instead of Six Feet Under. As Old School Death Metal…well, not bad and I’ve heard (far) worse, but as Massacre I expected more.