Resurrecting the ancient style of early Death and Massacre, Gommorha utilize a contrast between pummeling rhythm and melody twisted out of flowing chromaticism to create a sensation of traveling through a violent and threatening landscape.
Like the aforementioned acts, this band follows in the footsteps of Slayer both in the use of introductory phrases to riff changes and in the running pace of the more frenetic sections of the album. Slower, pounding, chant-like riffs are frequently accompanied by melodic fills that keep the momentum from dragging.
While the technology Gomorrha makes use of may seem outdated, where they exceed the recent “New Wave of Oldschool Death Metal” is in the creation of a language within the patterns shaped, and moulded throughout the course of a piece. In other words, there are actual riffs here, and not merely imitations of technique meant to create the impression of an aesthetic.