Supernatural Death is the debut record from these Louisiana-based (originally from the thrash heaven of Brazil) death/thrash metal maniacs, and it is an album that contains 10 murky, hasty, and one of the most fervent death/thrash metal tunes ever recorded in the history of the genre. Every bit of the songs in here are catchy and memorable. Each track carries killer lightning speed and beefy thrash riffs, a unique vocal approach (as Scott's technique appears shouted, but at the same time growled), and flat out blazing drumming.
One of the highlights that is extremely noticeable in Supernatural Death is the very well-structured and very tight rendered guitar riffs. Each one of the songs has a level on elaborateness in them that gives them their own way of catching the audience ears. When Francis (the band's axe man) plays at slower tempos, he can materialize with some of the heaviest riffs plausible, and simultaneously, the fella can instantly shift to frantic supersonic tremolo riffing at a moment's notice. But it is the drum work in all of the tracks in here that holds the true stupefaction of the record. Moyses (the band's drummer) displayed a very unique style of producing the blast in this album. The method that he used here is very conventional to the thrash metal genre. The thing is, the drummer slugs the drums like the usual technique that thrash drummers does it, but the dude does it so fast in a lightning speed tempo that it could match a full blast beat style used in the death metal domain. Supernatural Death, truly deserves more recognition, as it was arguably never surpassed in terms of speed in the Thrash Metal genre. And it was done with superb musicianship!